LONGVIEW, WA – Real gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an annual rate of 2.5 percent in the second quarter of 2013, according to today’s preliminary estimate. Corporate profits increased $78.3
billion in the second quarter.
Gross Domestic Product (GDP), is a quarterly report, with revision, derived from data released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. GDP is a comprehensive measure of the economic health of the nation. It represents the total value of the country's production and consists of purchases of domestically produced goods and services by individuals, businesses, foreigners, and the government. Decision makers rely upon economic indicators every day to put business and investment decisions into a global context. For more information,
Chris Bryant, MBA, RFC® is the founder & CEO of Bryant Wealth Management, Inc. He wrote the book, Personal Financial Planning, speaks to a wide-range of audiences, and provides financial planning services for individuals and small businesses.
Chris Bryant is an American financial advisor.