Fed's Minehan sees 2001 U.S. growth near 2 pct

Boston Federal Reserve President Cathy Minehan said on Feb 12, 2001 she expects U.S. economic growth to start accelerating again later in 2001, helped by the central bank's January 2001 rate cuts."I expect activity to increase later in the year, and growth for the whole year to average around 2 percent," Minehan said in opening remarks before the Eurofinance conference.

The U.S. economy is widely expected to stall this quarter after growing a paltry 1.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2000

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