Business economists looking for moderate growth in 2013 led by strength in housing

  • Article by: MARTIN CRUTSINGER , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 16, 2012 - 11:02 PM
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ciamanDec. 16, 1211:20 PM

Again, I see that I am the only person that bothered to write in here. You know why? Because no one believes the AP writers nor the writers for this paper. I do not either. I watch at least four different networks and all most all of them say that 2013 is going to be awful. Most of the jobs that have been created are of low pay and few if any benefits. I know that but some of the writers do not seem to know that? Sales are falling right before your eyes. Know why? People are out of cash and trying to keep their cards in their wallets. They have learned not to use credit cards. The ones that have forgotten will pay the price. And look at Ford in Europe? Ford had the worst sales in Europe in the past 19 years! Lets see you people talk about turkey. And falling sales. Get with ir or stay out of it.

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theagonybhoDec. 17, 1210:46 AM

In other words no growth, stagnant or barely moving.

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notforwardDec. 17, 1212:24 PM

Forward? We will see the same BS for another four years; i.e., Unemployment drops; could be a sign of a recovery. Updated job figures decline due to (any one will work. Storm, cold, hot, wind, Greece, Spain, Afghanistan, Syria, blah, blah, blah) Dollar shows strength. Next day; Dollar declines. One thing we can all count on is nobody from the media will actually mention that Obama's policies, economy, and overall performance has been a horrible mess.

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