?Financial markets are facing a series of tests of US economic data. As usual, the latest data released on Thursday is still mixed. The final GDP report of the second quarter of the United States is in line with expectations. Durable goods orders data in March are strong, but the core data is poor. The number of jobless claims last week and the trade deficit in March are also worse than expected. Especially the latter is close to the record high, which is bound to upset president trump. Nevertheless, after the data was released, the US dollar index continued to rise in the short term, continuing the gains after the Fed's resolution, approaching 复式三肖 the 25 mark. In the second quarter, GDP of the United States rose 4.2% at the end of the quarter, in line with expectations. The U.S. economy accelerated in the second quarter to reach the fastest growth rate in nearly four years, which is expected to reach the 3% annual growth rate set by the trump administration. However, it will be difficult for similar factors to stimulate economic growth for the rest of the year, in part because of trade disputes between the United States and its major trading partners and because the Federal Reserve is still expected to raise interest rates further this year to prevent the economy from overheating. The euro earlier fell to $2.2543, its lowest since February 22, as a Corriere della Serra report that Italy's budget conference might be delayed spurred concerns that Italy's ruling party might push for a bigger deficit target.