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By My Credit Union
''Rising tensions in the Middle East are coloring business decisions
and hampering U.S. economic growth,'' said Tim O'Neill, NABE
President and Executive Vice President/Chief Economist, BMO Financial
Group. ''The NABE panel's expectation, nonetheless, is that
resolution of the conflict will combine with stimulative monetary
and fiscal policy to create much stronger conditions in the latter
half of this year. Concern about the sharp increase in the deficit
arising from the President's budget plan is tempered by expectations
that tax cuts will boost economic growth and that the broader recovery
will improve fiscal balances.''
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February 17, 2003
7/26/2012 03:59 PM
The way the economy stands, we can use any insights right now, but I don't know anything about the NABE. I'll have to visit their website to find out more about them.
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