Skip to main content

Report of the Fourth District Economists' Roundtable

(PDF PDF icon)

Uncertainties always cloud the economic horizon, and current conditions are no exception to that rule. The surge in business activity during the final quarter of 1993 raises the immediate question of whether the economy can maintain some of this momentum during the coming year, or whether the rapid year-end growth rate borrowed some strength from early 1994. One of the longer-term uncertainties is how forecasters judge the economy's inflationary potential. To help sort through these and other issues, the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland hosted its most recent gathering of the Fourth District Econemists' Roundtable on January 21.

Uncertainties always cloud the economic horizon, and current conditions are no exception to that rule. The surge in business activity during the final quarter of 1993 raises the immediate question of whether the economy can maintain some of this momentum during the coming year, or whether the rapid year-end growth rate borrowed some strength from early 1994. One of the longer-term uncertainties is how forecasters judge the economy's inflationary potential. To help sort through these and other issues, the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland hosted its most recent gathering of the Fourth District Econemists' Roundtable on January 21.


Suggested citation: Bryan, Michael F., and John B. Martin, 1994. "Report of the Fourth District Economists' Roundtable," Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary, 01.15.1994.

Upcoming EventsSEE ALL