For What It's Worth…

November 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2000, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p30
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the economic outlook in the U.S. for the year 2001 as predicted by the surveyed members of the National Association for Business Economics for the year 2001. The surveyed members of the association have predicted that the economy will increase 3.3 percent, as well as a drop down of 2.6 percent in the inflation rate. In addition to that, they have predicted that interest rates will decrease modestly. Moreover, they also predicted that unemployment will rise slightly to 4.2 percent.


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