U.S. economy on steady but uninspiring course

01/6/2013 | MarketWatch

The picture of the U.S. economy that's emerging at this late date in the recovery is one of 2% annual growth in both GDP and wages and not enough job growth to make much progress on those fronts. This is the new normal for at least the first half of the year, economists predict, but the second half might see some improvement.

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