Deja Vu GDP Stunner: Over Half Of US Growth In The Past Year Is From Inventory Accumulation

Wednesday, July 30, 2014
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
07/30/2014

As we showed in December of 2013, where the scramble to accumulate inventory in hopes that it will be sold, profitably, sooner or later to buyers either domestic or foreign, is most visible, is in the data from the past 4 quarters, or the trailing year starting in Q2 2013 and ending with the just released revised Q2 2014 number. The result is that of the $675 billion rise in nominal GDP in the past year, a whopping 52%, or over half, is due to nothing else but inventory hoarding.

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