Forecast's Cloudy with a Chance of Gain

October 2010
Metal Center News;Oct2010, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p22
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The article discusses why the economic recovery has not yet been felt in the U.S. It mentions the declaration by the National Bureau of Economic Research that the Great Recession which started in December 2007 has ended in June 2009. It states that one of the reasons it that the gross domestic product (GDP) has not definitely took of with gusto. It adds that banks are hoarding cash because of lack of demand which may deprive the economy for growth.


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