During his campaign and after the election, President Trump has mentioned the importance of what he would accomplish during his first 100 days in office. This document looks at several sectors of the economy during President Trump’s first 100 days in office as compared to the prior five quarters. While this is early in his term, this is a snapshot and barometer at this point in time in the U.S. economy. It should also be noted that some data during the first quarter of 2017 are a direct result of the Trump administration while some are a carryover to the Obama administration.

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Sectors include:

  • GDP
  • Consumer Spending
  • Saving Rate (in percentages)
  • Jobs
  • Housing Starts
  • Existing Home Sales
  • New Home Sales
  • S. Debt to GDP
  • Inflation
  • Interest Rates
  • Credit
  • Consumer Sentiment

Disclaimer: This is not a pro or con assessment of the Trump administration. The data and information are not intended to lean in favor of one party or the other. It is intended to report the facts and results of the first 100 days.

Author: Juan Del Busto 

Juan Del Busto is the former regional executive of The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Miami branch, current chairman of Del Busto Capital Partners, Inc., and consulting advisor to MBAF

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