April 23, 2012


Economists Up Their Forecasts

A USA Today survey of economists finds that "despite the headwinds of higher gas prices and Europe's financial crisis" they think the U.S. economy will grow faster than expected this year.

Key findings: "The economy will grow 2.5% this year vs. their 2.3% forecast three months ago. Unemployment averaging 8% in the fourth quarter vs. 8.2% now."










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