The revised estimate of the economy's second-quarter growth "changes the picture" and may prompt Federal Reserve policymakers to raise interest rates, said Ken Mayland, chief economist at KeyCorp in Cleveland.

The change "probably gives the Federal Reserve a case of the chills," Mr. Mayland said. "The revised GDP report again raises the concerns that this economy is overheating."

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