Economists Pull Back on Growth Expectations for Late 2015

Economists are optimistic about economic growth in the remainder of 2015, but expectations are rolled back from last quarter, a new survey of members of theNational Association for Business Economics (NABE) shows.

NABE’s latest national Business Conditions Survey reflects the views of 106 NABE members and industry economists.

“The panel continues to have a positive outlook, but third-quarter performance and fourth-quarter expectations softened across most indicators,” said survey chair Jim Diffley, senior director at IHS Inc., a market analytics company.

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