The U.S. economy grew at a rate of 3.7% in November, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

The rate is better than the previous four months, but still less than the 3.9% that economists were expecting from the end of 2017.

The unemployment rate, which is a more reliable indicator of economic health, was 4.3% in October, the same as the previous month.

“The economy has been very solid over the last few months, and it is looking to continue this pace for the rest of the year,” said Robert J. Scott, chief economist at TD Ameritrade.

“But this is not a cakewalk.

There are still big questions about what the economy can do with the current policy environment and what the economic outlook looks like for the future.”

Despite that, the pace of growth in the nation’s largest economy is expected to remain well above the national average for a few more months, as businesses start hiring and consumers are likely to remain upbeat about the coming year.

While the economy’s performance is encouraging, the outlook for the next six months is more uncertain.

“A lot of the optimism around this is driven by things like a stronger dollar and the expectation that we’re going to see more spending and more consumption and investment in the future,” Scott said.

“That is certainly a big part of the picture, but there are still questions about how long we’re able to sustain that growth momentum going forward.” 

What’s happening in the world of business?

Businesses are reporting an increase in business activity.

This is good news for many Americans, but also a worrisome sign for the economy as a whole. 

In the third quarter, the number of businesses reporting full-time jobs jumped to the highest level in more than six years, according the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

The number of business establishments closed fell by the most in five years.

While this is encouraging news, it could signal that the economy is beginning to pick up steam, as employers have been reporting more full- and part-time positions. 

The U.K. also reported strong employment growth in November.

In November, the country added 3,200 full-year jobs, according the Office for National Statistics.

That is the largest monthly increase since January 2009.

The data suggests that the U.k. is still facing an economic slowdown.

According to the British Chambers of Commerce, the economy grew by just 2.7 percent in November as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP).

That was the lowest growth rate since March 2007.

The government is expected to announce its final rate for the U to remain low at just under 3%.

The economy is currently forecast to expand by 1.9 percent this year, which would mark the lowest pace of expansion in more a decade. 

Despite the slow pace of job creation, the unemployment rate is expected by economists to continue to be a major problem for the coming years.

Despite the strong job growth, the national unemployment rate has been creeping up.

In the third month of the fourth quarter, it fell to 8.4%.

That is more than three percentage points below the previous high set in January.

More bad news is on the way.

Economists expect that the rate of job growth in September will rise to 7.2%.

That would be the highest monthly increase in at least eight years.

And even though the economy has recovered somewhat from the Great Recession, many businesses are still struggling to attract qualified workers.

That means fewer qualified jobs and fewer employees in the workforce.

This makes it harder for businesses to create new jobs and for businesses to raise wages.

“We are still experiencing a lot of uncertainty about the economic future,” said Steve Ellis, chief economic adviser at the American Action Forum.

“While we are still well behind what we were expecting, the jobs situation has improved and it looks like the economy could be headed in the right direction.

But there is still a lot more to be done.”