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Singapore came in at number 5.

The 20 best countries around the world to invest in now

For this ranking, over 7,000 business decision makers scored countries across eight different categories.

The US economy cooled more than originally thought in the second quarter as Trump’s trade wars raged

The results dimmed the prospect that the White House would reach its economic growth estimates for the year.
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The UK economy unexpectedly shrunk for the first time in 7 years — and the pound is getting clobbered

GDP fell by 0.2% between April and June, the worst performance for seven years.

Trump has so far missed one of his biggest goals for the economy

Trump promised the economy would grow at a rate of 3% or higher each year of his term. That has not been the case.

The US economy slowed sharply in the second quarter as Trump’s trade war raged

Consumer spending at home partially offset weakness caused by global trade disputes that began more than a year ago.

9 incredible facts about India’s economy

India has one of the largest economies in the world, and it's growing faster than any other country's.

JPMORGAN: Boeing’s 737 Max crisis will be a direct drag on 2nd-quarter US GDP

The hit on US GDP could have been worse had aircraft inventories inventories not build up between March and May, the analyst wrote.

Bank of America just slashed its forecast for global economic growth — and it’s blaming Trump’s trade war

The firm lowered its predicted global GDP forecast to 3.3% from 3.6%. It had already lowered it in November.
President Donald Trump

Trump’s best selling point for reelection in 2020 is looking stronger than ever

Friday's GDP report is just another piece of good economic news that President Donald Trump can use to solidify his argument for reelection in 2020.
City Hall is seen in the distance as construction workers help carry a huge American flag in a march to the Metropolitan Detention Center during one a several May Day immigration-themed events on May 1, 2014 in Los Angeles, California

GDP growth smashed expectations at the beginning of 2019. But economists say the upswing probably won’t last.

A broad measure of economic growth out Friday may have masked pockets of weakness in the economy.