April 30, 2008

Economy Grows In First Quarter By 0.6%; Weak Numbers, But Better Than Expected
— Ace

And not, technically, a recession.

"Nothing to crow about," the administration says.

The bruised economy limped through the first quarter, growing at just a 0.6 percent pace as housing and credit problems forced people and businesses alike to hunker down.

The country's economic growth during January through March was the same as in the final three months of last year, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday. The statistic did not meet what economists consider a definition of a recession, which is a contraction of the economy. This means that although the economy is stuck in a rut, it is still managing to grow, even if slightly.

Many analysts were predicting that the gross domestic product (GDP) would weaken a bit more -- to a pace of just 0.5 percent -- in the first quarter. Earlier this year, some thought the economy would actually lurch into reverse during the opening quarter. Now, they say they believe that will likely happen during the current April-to-June period.

"The economy is weak but not collapsing," said Lynn Reaser, chief economist at Bank of America's Investment Strategies Group. "A recession can't be ruled out, although the stars are not lined up at this point to definitively say one way or the other."

Thanks to dri.


Posted by: Ace at 06:35 AM | Comments (86)
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1 NOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Worst. Economy. Ever. DAMMIT.

Posted by: DNC at April 30, 2008 06:36 AM (1Ug6U)

2 Wee little cow bell.

Posted by: runninrebel at April 30, 2008 06:37 AM (Qljnf)

3 Wee little cow bell.

You mean, a calf bell...

Posted by: IllTemperedCur at April 30, 2008 06:39 AM (Ds4I5)

4 It really isn't bad when you consider we are coming out of the coldest winter in living memory in many areas of the country and a lot of flooding in other parts.  Weather like that generally puts the damper on construction and expansion and even home sales and consumer shopping.  Nobody wants to go shopping if there is a blizzard outside, buying is limited to what people need to get by until the weather clears.

Besides, one quarter of GDP shrinkage is just a blip anyway, it takes two consecutive quarters to make a recession.  So ... September would be the earliest possible date we could be in recession now.

Posted by: crosspatch at April 30, 2008 06:44 AM (/XgUc)

5 Weak growth is the new recession.

Posted by: Maetenloch (not a maniac) at April 30, 2008 06:47 AM (o3VzL)

6 Earlier this year, some thought the economy would actually lurch into reverse during the opening quarter. Now, they say they believe that will likely happen during the current April-to-June period.

And, betting at the roulette table I'll pick Red.   Damn, ok, I'll pick red.   Damn, ok I'll pick red.

What, it's got to come up red eventually.

Now I'll bet on red.

When it does come up red, I'll be just as clever as the people who have called for the new recession every quarter for the past two years... and the fact that I'll have lost 8 times in a row won't matter.  I'll be right that one time.

Damn, not this time though.  Next time, I'm sure of it.

Posted by: Gekkobear at April 30, 2008 06:51 AM (X0NX1)

7 recession is two consecutive quarters of the economy contracting, not slow growth.  If that were the criteria, most of Europe would have surpassed a "recession," and would be in a "depression" for the past decade.

But to the left, words have no meaning.

Posted by: joeindc44 at April 30, 2008 06:52 AM (QxSug)

8

Let's hope the Fed takes this as a sign that it's time to stop deflating the dollar and hold pat on those interest rates, or even tick them up a tiny little notch.  Shoring up the dollar will help keep the commodity bubble in check, and show a little confidence in the economy.  Watch for the Dow and S&P to trip their technical highs today.  If the market digests the Fed's commentary well and they both finish above 12,850ish and 1405 respectively; that would be doubleplus nice.

Plus, a pause in the interest rates and some words to the effect that we're bringing Volcker back would encourage the home-buyers on the sidelines to jump in.

However at this point, most analysts being forward-looking, it's all conjecture.  Some people see doom and gloom and a postapocalyptic Mad Max scenario, others see your typical slowdown.

Posted by: shank at April 30, 2008 06:57 AM (+H1yK)

9

The economy is growing simply because the investors have allready caught wind of my whale farming plans.

It's gonna be huge!

Posted by: Entropy at April 30, 2008 07:00 AM (m6c4H)

10 Mr. Entropy

It says here on you loan documents that you need a $100,000,000 loan to start a WHALE farm?  That seems low to us, we're prepared to loan $1,000,000,000 to see your project underway.  Sign here.  Here.  And here.

Posted by: Entropy's banker at April 30, 2008 07:05 AM (ATBwB)

11 Your first interest payment is now due.

Posted by: Entropy's banker at April 30, 2008 07:06 AM (ATBwB)

12

Economies are contracting in places that were overly reliant on construction jobs (eg. Vegas).  Other places with more diversified economies are doing fine.  This isn't so much a slowdown as it is a deflation of paper wealth (overvalued real estate).  The general impact on the economy comes from follow-on effects in consumer spending.

As for home buyers 'sitting on the sidelines' ... that's mostly a myth.  Almost everyone who could afford a house, and plenty who couldn't, already bought one.  Those that are getting foreclosed on won't be buying again any time soon.  House prices are still too high in most areas, relative to traditional valuations.  Either average wages need to come up or house prices need to come down.  The debt/income ratio of the general public needs to come down as well.

Posted by: Hermit Dave at April 30, 2008 07:07 AM (Tk5HT)

13 What a pleasant surprise. We may actually weather this. Of course, that won't stop the MSM from showing stories of how bad off some family in Ottumwa or some other place is. When the data don't fit, the anecdote will.

Posted by: XBradTC at April 30, 2008 07:09 AM (phZwe)

14 OT - Woo Hoo!! Rush quotes Ace on Obama/Wright!

Posted by: saishutu at April 30, 2008 07:14 AM (f6oCP)

15

ACE --

Rush is quoting yer blog right now on his show. 

 

And he first gave ya credit, too. 

 

!

Posted by: The Machine at April 30, 2008 07:14 AM (kLBpP)

16

Get it, saishutu! 

How's that fer a simultaneous post?

 

Aiight!

 

 

!

Posted by: The Machine at April 30, 2008 07:15 AM (kLBpP)

17 Can we at least get a picture of Danica McKellar?

Posted by: eddiebear at April 30, 2008 07:15 AM (wnU1W)

18 Heard it.  That's almost freaky, like seeing your brother on TV.  For jacking a car.

Posted by: rickinstl at April 30, 2008 07:16 AM (MvmeX)

19 "Weak growth is the new recession" ... on during a GOP adminastration that is.

Posted by: Paladin at April 30, 2008 07:18 AM (bWB5j)

20 The statistic did not meet what economists consider a definition of a recession


*sigh*




COCK!!!!!

Posted by: Tom at April 30, 2008 07:18 AM (rZ5uY)

21

I smell a moving of the goalposts by the Medicrats.

Posted by: eddiebear at April 30, 2008 07:18 AM (wnU1W)

22 The cuteness of this Spring's new women's shoe styles will rescue the economy.

Seriously, the shoes are adorable this year. I'ma buy fifteen pair.

Posted by: lauraw at April 30, 2008 07:20 AM (rXNLw)

23 Right.

And when it doesn't "lurch in reverse" in the 2nd Q, the analysts will revise their predictions that it will surely go into negative growth during the 3rd Q.


Posted by: Bart at April 30, 2008 07:22 AM (Ub6Jo)

24

I do wonder how this will impact the hobo demographic.

Posted by: eddiebear at April 30, 2008 07:23 AM (wnU1W)

25 Funny how we always seem to be "in a recession" at election time.

Posted by: Farmer Joe at April 30, 2008 07:23 AM (5DAwf)

26 By the way, Rush mentioned AoS on his show a few minutes ago.

Posted by: Bart at April 30, 2008 07:23 AM (Ub6Jo)

27 Now that we know el Rushbo reads AoS...does he adhere to the AoS Lifestyle??

Posted by: Paladin at April 30, 2008 07:25 AM (bWB5j)

28

At the risk of being painfully obvious, if the President had a (D) after his name, the goofballs in the media would be trumpetting how steadfast and unswervable the economy is.

Since he has an (R) after his name, it's the end of the world even if it isn't a recession.

Posted by: Kensington at April 30, 2008 07:26 AM (kFwRi)

29

Posted by: lauraw at April 30, 2008 12:20 PM (rXNLw)

Ah, what the Hell...BUNK!

Posted by: Kensington at April 30, 2008 07:27 AM (kFwRi)

30 The housing prices in Houston haven't really moved to where its a buyers (me) market. 

Posted by: polynikes at April 30, 2008 07:28 AM (m2CN7)

31 How ya like my $600 now beyotches!

Posted by: George Bush at April 30, 2008 07:29 AM (m2CN7)

32 "Seriously, the shoes are adorable this year. I'ma buy fifteen pair."

Don't you need special hump-compensating orthopedic shoes?

Posted by: someone at April 30, 2008 07:50 AM (2z2WN)

33 Seriously, the shoes are adorable this year. I'ma buy fifteen pair.

If you buy more than one pair of flipflops and wear them other than to the beach, you are dead to me. Dead. To. Me. It's 44 fucking degrees here today and one of my (female) co-workers showed up wearing silver sparkly flipflops. I nearly wept.

Then again, I want these so badly that I would club a baby seal.

I had an argument yesterday with someone that we are not in a recession because there have not been two consecutive quarters of contraction. The person simply blinked at me and replied "but but it's so bad out there, we are!" I threw up my hands and stomped off.

Entropy, where do we sign up for the newsletter again?

Posted by: alexthechick at April 30, 2008 07:56 AM (SHHaV)

34 Let's see, time for the top-of-the-hour news.

Will it be "economic growth is down?"
Will it be "the numbers show a stagnant economy?"
Or will it be "stock up on bullets and bottled water!"

Oh...what a shock... there was no mention of the positive growth figure, just a reference to the numbers showing a "weak economy"prompting a Fed rate cut... followed by, I shit you not, a psychologist to tell you how to deal with the depression, stress and strain that the bad economy has inflicted on Americans.

Fine, now can she tell me how to deal with the depression I get from listening to Big Media?

Posted by: Bender Bending Rodriguez at April 30, 2008 08:06 AM (9/ba7)

35 "Splunge" Geez, Lynn. you get paid the big bucks for making calls like that. Any day now, you'll be chosen as Fed Gov'nor with such solid insight

Posted by: narciso at April 30, 2008 08:06 AM (8nB5X)

36 How long before Kos claims Bushco had the numbers rigged?

Posted by: eddiebear at April 30, 2008 08:14 AM (wnU1W)

37 Because, you know, going from richest planet on earth to world's largest debtor nation in 60 years is a conservative principle.

As is Keynesian fiat currency...and a half trillion dollars in global credit industry writedowns in a year.

And housing prices -- now that credit rates are back to pre-bubble levels, for now -- dropping in some major markets through -25% year-on-year is terrific for, well, Republicans?

And the Japanese experiment with a two decade slowdown resulting from taking interest to zero, not a problem.  Just because the fundamentals hung them for that little foray into madness doesn't mean it will us.

Come on guys, really.

Posted by: Ten at April 30, 2008 08:19 AM (V99Oe)

38

As is Keynesian fiat currency

This alone makes a serious response to your post pointless.  Ron Paul! Wheeee!

Posted by: Hermit Dave at April 30, 2008 08:24 AM (Tk5HT)

39

a half trillion dollars in global credit industry writedowns in a year.

You say that like its a bad thing.  No use in stretching out the pain of money you will never recoup.  The failure to writedown, what are obviously losses, is what has held the Japanese back for two decades.

Posted by: nostradamus at April 30, 2008 08:34 AM (evdj2)

40 dammit

Posted by: toby928 at April 30, 2008 08:34 AM (evdj2)

41 Because, you know, going from richest planet on earth to world's largest debtor nation in 60 years is a conservative principle.

That is a big change. Or something.

Posted by: runninrebel at April 30, 2008 08:41 AM (0n9wc)

42 This alone makes a serious response to your post pointless.

Of which I have absolutely no doubt, Hermit Dave.

Ron Paul! Wheeee!

To wit.

Posted by: Ten at April 30, 2008 08:41 AM (V99Oe)

43 Because, you know, going from richest planet on earth to. . .

QFT, man. 

Posted by: tachyonshuggy at April 30, 2008 08:46 AM (TXp3z)

44

Then again, I want these so badly that I would club a baby seal.

How do you feel about clubbing baby whales?

Posted by: Entropy at April 30, 2008 08:47 AM (m6c4H)

45

Of course the "economist" on Abcnews radio was like:

"Well technically its not a recession, so we should redefine what a recession is (high gas and food prices) so we can call this economy a recessionary economy and blame Bushitler."

 

 

Posted by: Iblis at April 30, 2008 08:56 AM (9221z)

46

And not, technically, a recession.

I just love that formulation, Ace; it's application is seemingly infinite, for example:

George W. Bush--not, technically, a retard.

The Iraq War--not, technically, a clusterfuck.

The Conservative Movement--not, technically, dead.

Ace of Spades--not, technically, unfamiliar with female bodily juices.

Of course, for all practical purposes...

 

Posted by: Beloved Weaver at April 30, 2008 08:59 AM (MN3Lr)

47

You forgot:

Beloved Weaver -- not, technically, a troll

Posted by: Hermit Dave at April 30, 2008 09:07 AM (Tk5HT)

48

That's some weakassed troll shit there.  Apparently the MS,M and the beclowned weeper, take their cue from ol' Humpty

When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said, in a rather scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean, neither more nor less.’

‘The question is,’ said Alice, ‘whether you can make words mean so many different things.’

‘The question is,’ said Humpty Dumpty, ‘which is to be master – that’s all.’

The last part may be a clue.

Posted by: toby928 at April 30, 2008 09:09 AM (evdj2)

49

You know, BW, when everyone agrees on the definition of a thing, then it means what it means. We aren't cheerleading that the economy is doing great. Most of us here are pissed that our political opponents and the MSM are painting this as the Great Depression when it hasn't even reached the point of negative growth. Not for even ONE quarter.

But since you say so, I guess we should just change the definition of recession to suite your model, which seems to be "There's a Republican in the White House".

Posted by: XBradTC at April 30, 2008 09:09 AM (phZwe)

50 thanks to the Fed and its quick action on Bear Streans we may be able to avoid an all out recession.  Now if the FED defends the dollar at 2:15pm today we should be able to get gas and food down some also which will enable the economy to reload and move higher.

Posted by: unseen at April 30, 2008 09:12 AM (aVGmX)

51 alexthechick, I have one pair of flipflops. Previous to last year, I had zero pairs. I only bought them to go to the beach. I wore them once to a family backyard barbecue, also.

I'm with you on the recent proliferation of sandal and flipflopped feets in Winter.

Posted by: lauraw at April 30, 2008 09:16 AM (rXNLw)

52

I'd love to see some  dollar defense. Nothing will lower the cost of gas faster. Having said that, I think if the MSM keeps preaching economic doom, it may become a self fulfilling prophecy if consumer spending/confidence keeps tanking.

Posted by: XBradTC at April 30, 2008 09:18 AM (phZwe)

53 Fed sparks a rally.

Posted by: unseen at April 30, 2008 09:19 AM (aVGmX)

54

 XBradTC at April 30, 2008 02:18 PM

dollar needs to go up.  bush should be ashamed of letting the dollar slid the way he has. 

 

 

 

Posted by: unseen at April 30, 2008 09:22 AM (aVGmX)

55

toby928 with a straight right hook on the button.  BW that had to hurt. 

Posted by: polynikes at April 30, 2008 09:23 AM (m2CN7)

56 no straight in a right hook. changed my mind on the severity of the blow and forgot to take it out.

Posted by: polynikes at April 30, 2008 09:25 AM (m2CN7)

57 Planet on earth.

Duly busted.

As to dollar defense, isn't that a lovely term.  Today the Fed took interest back to two percentage points over zero.  Japan, anyone?  Or maybe this is a good time to invest in the next boom, it being maybe infrastructure and moonbatist alternative energy. 

We'll simply spend ourselves rich again.  FDR anyone?

Good thing oil, food, commodities, and yes, that most Paulian unit of value ever devised, gold, will all plummet back down...as the US money supply and credit increase.  Positive feedback, what positive feedback?

And the nine trillion dollar national debt?  What national debt.

Because Bush is a fiscal conservative.  Well, by comparison.  Somewhat.

Posted by: Ten at April 30, 2008 09:35 AM (V99Oe)

58

I'll bet this means Bush won't be re-elected.

Posted by: MarkD at April 30, 2008 09:39 AM (MMy4A)

59 Ten,
You can talk all you wish about debt but to do so without mentioning income is senseless. The problem with debt is either (1) you can't borrow more because people think you're not credit worthy or (2) you can't pay back the debt you currently have due to a lack of income. Discussing only one half of the equation is pointless.
But, then, you have shown no evidence of a point so far.
Gold!!1eleventy!!1!!

Posted by: Nom de Blog at April 30, 2008 09:39 AM (5/uG4)

60

Ten, you make some fair points, but it's clear you've never read this blog.  Noone here is going to try to argue that bush is a fiscal conservative.  Everyone knows that he's a huge spender and people on this blog are sick of it and 'compassionate conservatism'.  It seems like you're trying to pick a fight with people who largely agree with you.

Posted by: Hermit Dave at April 30, 2008 09:41 AM (Tk5HT)

61 "What a pleasant surprise. We may actually weather this." Not if Obama gets elected.

Posted by: Ann NY at April 30, 2008 09:57 AM (SPfHA)

62

Good thing oil, food, commodities, and yes, that most Paulian unit of value ever devised, gold, will all plummet back down...as the US money supply and credit increase

Weird, gold's been dropping since mid March.

Posted by: toby928 at April 30, 2008 10:05 AM (evdj2)

63

We'll simply spend ourselves rich again

Ten at April 30, 2008

 

you can deal with debt with two actions  you can reduce your outflow or you can increase your inflow.  The best way is to do both at the same time.  If the government would decrease spending while increasing economic activity thus tax revenues and taking the excess and paying on that debt then rolling over the interest savings from that paid down debt.  the 9 trillion could be erased in sort order.  If you have a 3.1 trillion dollar income you can sustain a 9 trillion dollar debt.  to put it in precpective.  It would be like having a $90000 home loan making $31000 per year.   you can make the payments but it causes you to not be able to do somethings.   Debt if used correctly is a good thing.  it allows you to increase capital, have addtional freedom to do things you would not be able to otherwise etc.   Now if you have debt for eating out that's bad debt.

Posted by: unseen at April 30, 2008 10:08 AM (aVGmX)

64

The economy under Bush- technically, about 30 quarters of solid economic growth with millions of net job gains

The war on terror under Bush- technically, a stunning success due to approximately ZERO terrorist attacks in the US since 9-11, nearly 8 years ago

Beloved Weavers love of COCK- not technically gay, but pretty damn close

Posted by: TMF at April 30, 2008 10:10 AM (/YM8H)

65

Weird, gold's been dropping since mid March.

toby928 at April 30, 2008 03:05 PM (

 

not weird at all.  gold dropped when the FEd saved Bear Streans and showed to the world that the government would not allow the USA economy to go in the ditch.  since the market crash was no longer an option gold has lost alot of its luster.    The action on the price of gold should tell everyone that had doubts about the Fed's actions in March IRT Bear Streans that they actually did the right thing.

 

Posted by: unseen at April 30, 2008 10:12 AM (aVGmX)

66 Weird, gold's been dropping since mid March.

Which March?

Posted by: Ten at April 30, 2008 03:50 PM (V99Oe)

67 It seems like you're trying to pick a fight with people who largely agree with you.

That's not my intent, to be sure.  If we agree, let's agree to ask why we keep expecting indefinite success from such an inherently risky proposition.

Posted by: Ten at April 30, 2008 03:53 PM (V99Oe)

68 So where did you get your degree in finance, ten?

Posted by: Nom de Blog at April 30, 2008 04:19 PM (5/uG4)

69

Whatever.  Ace's post made a simple point.  The economy has weakened, but we're not technically in recession -- plus the usual (and well-deserved) MSM bashing.

I suppose I could write some huge treatise on where I think we're headed over the next couple years, but if I wanted to do that, I'd have my own blog.  Which would take far too much time from my guzzling of Val-u-Rite and making snarky posts here.

Posted by: Hermit Dave at April 30, 2008 04:40 PM (Tk5HT)

70 So where did you get your degree in finance, ten?

Evidently not where you did yours in deductive fallacies, Nom.  (And not where those guys who just took a half trillion in the shorts got theirs, come to think of it.)

But in sum, thanks; that's still one hell of a concession.  Who am I to look a gift foot like that in the mouth?

Posted by: Ten at April 30, 2008 06:19 PM (V99Oe)

71 Yeah, busting chops is often termed a deductive fallacy.
You're an internet blatherer.
Fair enough.
But you know shit for economics or finance.

Posted by: Nom de Blog at April 30, 2008 07:12 PM (5/uG4)

72 That must be it, Nom.  Surely.

Translation:  You know shit about positive feedback.

So, how are you about fficial&client=firefox-a">free markets?  The rest of the world has a clue.  You?

Bust my chops.  Denier.

Posted by: Ten at April 30, 2008 07:20 PM (V99Oe)

73

I know that the MSM is in full recesession-gen mode.  But what I want to know is who is financing all the short-selling of America that is going on, and who knows what about that and for how long have they known it, Democrat candidates and congressional leaders.

When historians look back on this era, the Iraq war is going to be a contextual footnote to the story of how some very wealthy and very politically powerful people tried to derail the world economy for their political convenience, costing billions of dollars to the those unlucky ones who were entrepreneurs and investors at the same time as them, and starving how many will perhaps never be known.

Of course, like in the case of Walter Duranty, the New York Times and other organs of the media will be found to have been fully complicit.  But hopefully this time somebody will destroy them for it.

Posted by: sherlock at April 30, 2008 08:02 PM (u5/9m)

74
Did I hear somebody say Gold Standard?

Did you know that that is one of RON PAUL's (!!!!!) awesome platform issues?  RON PAUL (!!!!!) has, like, other awesome ideas and stuff.  You really should check RON PAUL (!!!!!) out.  He's awesome!

Posted by: Nutty McNutsack at May 01, 2008 03:58 AM (ATBwB)

75
Ok, geez...enough of that shit.  I'm wearing myself out.  Sorry guys.

Posted by: Charybdis E. Scylla at May 01, 2008 03:59 AM (ATBwB)

76

Denier.

And there you have it, really. The PaulBot as psychoanalyst/inquisitor.

Posted by: Andrew the Noisy at May 01, 2008 04:35 AM (c767D)

77 How horrible when a word with strict definitions, such as RECESSION -- TWO quarters of negative growth -- no longer has meaning. Because of this news, the earliest a recession could possibly be declared will be just AFTER election day, which will give all the libtards and troofers a fit.

Posted by: desertdweller at May 01, 2008 05:11 AM (/NSet)

78

Which March?

Last March.  Look at your own chart.  Are you visually impaired?

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