The slow recovery continues. A common theme since the end of the recession has been positive economic growth, albeit at a slower pace than anyone would like. At the beginning of 2014, most economists believed that we were on the verge of economic “escape velocity.” The consensus view was that the U.S. economy was very close to accelerating. But just as we see signs of quickening growth, new data emerge to sink our optimism.
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