TITLE

U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: U.S. Economical Outlook

PUB. DATE
April 2003
SOURCE
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: U.S. Economic Outlook;2003 2nd Quarter, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Industry Profile
DOC. TYPE
Industry Overview
ABSTRACT
The article presents the industry quarterly review of the U.S. It forecasts a less buoyant economic growth than last month. While forecast still anticipates a strong second half, followed by a solid 2004. The forecast reflects the belief that the business cycle is no more dead now than it was in 2000 when everything seemed to be on a permanent upward path. The peak growth year is 2004, with Gross domestic product rising a projected 3.8%, following a 2.0% gain this year. After 2004, growth moderates to the 3.0-3.5% range. This is sufficient to allow the unemployment rate to decline slowly.
ACCESSION #
14620836

 

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