Economists are more upbeat about continued recovery

01/25/2011 | Modern Distribution Management · Google

A majority of economists polled by the National Association for Business Economics are more optimistic about overall growth, the job market and demand for U.S. businesses' products and services than at any time since the start of the recession. "NABE's January 2011 Industry Survey confirms that the underpinnings of the U.S. economy continue to strengthen," said Shawn DuBravac, economist at the Consumer Electronics Association.

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