US likely at 4% GDP growth in third quarter and see highest wage growth in nine years

The US economy has had strong economic measures.

3.9 million more people are employed in the last 19 months
GDP was 4.2% in the second quarter
The Atlanta federal reserve is estimating 4.4% GDP growth in the third quarter
The US economy has grown by $1.4 trillion from 2017 to 2018Q2. It will likely add $300 billion in third quarter.

Annual wage growth hit a nine-year high in the US last month as the economy created more jobs than expected.

Average hourly earnings rose by 0.4% in August, pushing the annual rate of increase to 2.9% – the fastest pace since June 2009.

Hiring in the construction sector and in professional services helped the economy to add 201,000 jobs last month

Some economists predict the US economic surge will end in mid-2019 and others at the end of 2020.

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