Fed's Guynn says U.S. laying base for solid growth

Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Jack Guynn said on Monday the U.S. economy may grow only slightly faster this year than in 2002, but recent economic adjustments have laid the base for solid future growth.

"I think it will be important to look a little deeper than the usual (economic) indicators this year," Guynn said in prepared remarks to the Rotary Club of Atlanta. "What we'll see, I believe, is an economy that is well along in a difficult restructuring process and that is re-establis

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