Chicago Fed's Moskow says US economy 'solid'

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Michael Moskow said in an interview Monday 4 December that the U.S. economy is still "solid" and poised to approach 3 percent growth next year.

"We would expect some monthly ups and downs in the data, but when you look at the broad trend of the economy, there's a lot of strength there," Moskow said in an interview on

In the interview Moskow cited strength in employment, productivity and incomes and growth outside the U.S. that should aid exports

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