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-- you're looking for signs are strong growth in the economy and have to wait lack -- growth remains.
The Commerce Department says that first quarter economic growth came in a 2.5 percent that's less than expected and another sign that the economy remains stagnant.
And for traders the disappointing results come after unprecedented spending and stimulus not a good thing.
We only word I can come up with a right now is embarrassing.
Think about all the money and the kitchen sink that we've thrown at this economy and the best we can do is two and a half percent.
One reason behind the disappointing report well businesses are slowing the pace of investment only increasing two point 1%.
Now the previous quarter business investment grew more than 13%.
For 2.5 percent growth is still growth.
Even though it is not -- the country needs for a full recovery.
This is not terrible but this is not good and that's all we're getting out of jobs numbers out of GDP out of consumer spending.
It's just it's not terrible but it's not good -- -- really in a stagnant environment right now.
But yes despite a rise in the bureau tax.
The consumer is still spending a 3.2 percent of first quarter that's the best pace since 2010.
-- that foxbusiness.com for more in New York I'm Tracy Byrnes.
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