Second-quarter U.S. GDP left at 2%, downshifting economy unlikely to rev up soon

The U.S. economy grew more slowly in the second quarter, updated figures show, reflecting a downshifting in growth that’s expected to persist through the end of the year largely because of the festering trade fight with China. GDP expanded at a 2% annual pace, unchanged from the prior estimate.
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