What is GDP and how it affects stock market?

GDP is a metric that measures the total value of all products and services produced in a country over a given time period. It is a generic indicator of economic health since it provides a simple measure of growth or contraction in an economy.
Investors anticipate corporations to report stronger profitability and growth when a country's economy is healthy and growing because their businesses are rising due to consumer spending. The stock price may rise as a result of this expectation.

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