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(Reuters). – The Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Census Bureau will not publish economic data during the ongoing government downturn, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing a spokeswoman for the agency.
The Department of Commerce publishes figures on gross domestic product, inflation, personal incomes and expenditures, trade and sale of new homes, many of which are closely monitored by investors and policymakers.
The US Department of Commerce is closed after the fall of Congressional funding for the fiscal year 201
A Commerce Department representative said previously, new home sales data planned for Thursday would be postponed as long as the partial government shutdown continues.
Additional data likely to be postponed Revised figures on Thursday planned US building permits and a report on preliminary economic indicators, including those for Friday The partial closure of the federal government was envisaged The sixth day after President Donald Trump had said he would be willing to wait to get $ 5 billion from taxpayers for his US-Mexican border wall, the data gathered , incl h new entitlements to unemployment benefits, the monthly employment report and other inflation measures.
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