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Growth Slowdown Seen in U.S. as Recession Dodged: Economy

June 6, 2012 1 minute Read by Four Percent

Rich Miller and Shobhana Chandra, Bloomberg The U.S. economy looks set to deliver a repeat performance in 2012: for the third straight year, it may suffer a swoon yet not slip into a recession. “I don’t think the slowdown will be any more consequential than the past two years,” said John Ryding, a former Federal Reserve researcher who is chief economist at RDQ Economics LLC in New York. “There are positives out there in the economy. We’ll avoid a recession.” Read More

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