The United States Economy

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Over the course of Americas 239 years of existence it has had so many different ups and downs in its economic center ranging from the highest of its ups in the roaring twenties to one of its lowest lows in the recent great recession. It impossible to be able to completely guess what the united states economy is going to do next but with the help of a few monitors we are able to estimate where America is at this time and make as good of a guess on where it is going than ever before. With these tools we can see that the United States is on a steady incline shown through the improvements in the Gross Domestic Profit, low inflation, the rising labor market along with the Manufacturing & Trade Inventories & Sales tool. Gross Domestic Product is one of the most significant economic indicators in the economy. Why? The state of an economy is anything but static. It is an ever-changing, whirlwind phenomenon with long inputted variables within a country 's economic landscape that could simply change with a single stroke of the pen. Some of these variables, when inserted into their respective economic equation, lead to indicators to can help predict the state of the economy and where it could be headed. None of these are any more important than the economic indicator of Gross Domestic Product. Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, is defined as “the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country 's borders in a specific time period” (Gross Domestic Product –
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