Current Outlook: Sustained Growth, Sustained Inflation
Forecasters attending the most recent Fourth District Economists’ Roundtable expect a stronger long-term growth path for the economy than experienced in past months, with brightened prospects for manufacturing following last year’s slowdown. Despite some surprising CPI figures for 1990:IQ, the economists call for a sustained underlying rate of inflation of about 4 percent through 1991.
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