A PERILOUS WALK ON THE MILD SIDE FORTUNE's economists see a year and a half of slow expansion ahead. But don't think for a moment that it will be dull. Inflation worries will nag the markets and the Fed

May, Jr., Todd; Brownstein, Vivian; Allyn, Maureen F.; Schiff, Lenore; Carson, Lorraine
January 1989
Fortune;1/16/1989, Vol. 119 Issue 2, p52
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