The U.S.'s third-quarter GDP growth rate wasn't quite as high as the government previously estimated.
On Friday, the Commerce Department revised that figure to 3.4 percent, down just a bit from the original 3.5 percent.
According to the Department, the change is due to revisions in exports and consumer spending, but it's still considered a solid growth rate.
In the second quarter, U.S. economic growth hit an almost-four-year record of 4.1 percent.
Earlier this week, the Federal Reserve predicted steady growth for next year's economic forecast.