Survey of Professional Forecasters

RESEARCH - The U.S. economy will rebound sooner rather than later, according to 35 forecasters surveyed by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. The forecasters expect stronger growth over the next three quarters than they projected in the survey of three months ago. When asked about expectations for productivity and other variables over the next 10 years, forecasters reduced their estimates from the first quarter of last year, 22 February.


Forecasters See the Economy Poised

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