Economists are not expecting a robust economic rebound, but they are forecasting that 2010 will be better than 2009. "We're not predicting a dramatic change in things," said James Glassman, chairman of a special advisory board to SIFMA as well as a senior economist and managing director at JPMorgan Chase. The panel, which issued Dec. 16 its forecast for next year, projected 2.8% growth. "I'd say stay tuned; we're in the beginning of a recovery," Glassman said.
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