Military Spending and Drop in Imports Drive 3.5% Gain in GDP as Global Headwinds Gather
By NICK TIMIRAOS
The economy grew at a solid pace during the third quarter, driven by an uptick in military spending and a drop in imports, showing the U.S. on relatively firm footing as worries mount about a global slowdown.
Gross domestic product, the broadest measure of goods and services produced across the economy, expanded at a 3.5% annual rate from July through September, the Commerce Department said Thursday.
т.е. украинский кризис стимулирует рост военных расходов и через них рост ВВП США