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There is a serious risk to the economy of the United States right now—and hardly no one is noticing.

Now is a unique chance for the United States to borrow at such low interest rates that our overall interest cost will continue to decline even while our total debt burden increases at an alarming pace. The United States is able to spend money on good projects without running the danger of incurring a spike in interest expenses that, in most cases, would overwhelm the federal government’s budget.

The initial look at the statistics, which took place last month, showed that the rate of growth was 6.5 percent, much lower than the 8.5 percent rate predicted by analysts. Yet, it marked the highest quarterly growth rate since last autumn, when the rebound accelerated the pace of the economy’s development.

According to a number of high-frequency studies that indicate weakness in August, the delta variant has slowed the pace of the United States’ economic recovery from the Covid-19 epidemic, with consumers postponing some leisure expenditure and companies delaying the resumption to regular operations.

According to a number of high-frequency studies that indicate weakness in August, the delta variant has slowed the pace of the United States’ economic recovery from the Covid-19 epidemic, with consumers postponing some leisure expenditure and companies delaying the resumption to regular operations.

As a result, the consumer confidence index from the University of Michigan fell to its lowest level since 2011 in August, as Americans became increasingly worried about the economy’s prospects, rising prices, and the recent spike in coronavirus infections.

The modest adjustment represented increased expenditures in items such as equipment, as well as an increase in exported goods. Investments in inventories and real estate, as well as expenditures by state and municipal governments, were all reduced downwards this quarter.

Higher inflation has been identified as a sign of the pandemic recovery, as has supply chain instability, which has contributed to additional price increases. Consumer price inflation, which is a distinct gauge of price changes, eased in July after reaching a 13-year high in June.

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