US Economy Dubbed the Most Robust Among Competitors

Juhi Mirza
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Despite encountering several setbacks and economic meltdowns, the US economy continues to make robust progress. The US economy has recently been dubbed the most resilient. It has been labeled robust primarily due to its strong labor market and failing inflation rates.

As per BBC, the US economy reported a serious 3.3% GDP growth in the fourth quarter of 2023. The new data revealed has surpassed predictions made by economists earlier. The experts had earlier anticipated a GDP growth of 2% for the US economy.

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US Economy: What Makes It a World Economic Leader?

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While several countries around the world have reported flailing data and statistics in terms of economic progress, the US economy seems to be unfazed by the wrath of it all and has emerged as the ultimate winner.

A new BBC report has shared insights on why the US continues to dominate the world’s economic strata. The report outlines how the US has always been a step ahead in terms of planning and executing its economic strategies.

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When COVID-19 struck the US, the administration responsible poured trillions of dollars into balancing the pitfalls triggered by the pandemic. This particular step was dubbed pioneering by many and helped US citizens gain credible momentum amidst the chaos incited by the pandemic.

Per the report, roughly $5 trillion worth of federal money was poured in to balance the repercussions of the pandemic pitfall.

“This was the largest influx of federal money into the US economy in history. Some $5tn flowed to everyone. From individuals making an extra $600 in weekly unemployment benefits to state and local transit agencies strapped for cash without commuters.” BBC further shared.

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Similarly, the flexible US job market has also played an instrumental role in assisting its economic progress. The US has also been actively working on building energy interdependence. This particular step was again highlighted as a key marker spearheading steady economic progress in the United States.

“The US is a net exporter of energy, and experts say that’s helped the US economy’s strength,” The report later shared.