Survey: Economists see stronger U.S. growth in 2010

11/10/2009 | Reuters

Economists polled by Blue Chip Economic Indicators forecast higher GDP growth next year in the U.S. The economists said growth should hit 2.7%, up from an October prediction of 2.5%. "The major uncertainty surrounding the outlook for growth next year involves the degree to which private demand accelerates as the positive contributions to GDP from reduced business inventory liquidation and fiscal stimulus play out," according to the survey.

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