Is this some sort of reflex? Every time someone mentions GDP, you ask "do you know what the four components of GDP are?"
Not only did I explain TWICE last week that I know what the components of GDP are, I even made a post pointing out how exports and imports are treated should be an indicator, and how on that basis GDP should not be treated as the end-all and be-all of economic indicators.
Not only am I aware that exports increase GDP, and that imports decrease GDP, I'm aware that a significant part of the Q1 drop was due to a drop in exports.
And here it is, for the third time:
1) Personal consumption
2) Business investment
3) Government spending
4) Net trade (exports minus imports)