The US economy's growth was stronger than expected in the third quarter
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That's an improvement from the initial government reading in October that showed 2.6% growth in economic activity, and better than the Refinitiv forecast of 2.7%. And it's a marked turnaround from economic contractions of 1.6% in the first quarter of the year and 0.6% in the second.This story is developing and will be updated.Click Here To Get Funded!