Boston's Minehan expects relatively strong growth

Boston Fed chief Cathy Minehan said Friday 1 April the United States should experience healthy growth in 2005 with inflation well-behaved, although there are some risks to the outlook.

Click here to read the speech "The U.S. Economy: 2005 and Beyond" on the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's website

In a speech in Ogunquit, Maine, Boston Fed President Cathy Minehan said she was "expecting relatively strong growth, continued hiring, solid business investment and reasonably low inflation - albeit

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