2015: Finally, A Strong Year

According to the latest Cushman & Wakefield Economic Outlook:

“The U.S. economy expanded slowly for four years after the recession ended in mid-2009. GDP increased at an annual rate of 2.1% per year in the first four years of the recovery, well below the 3.9% annual average of the previous four recoveries during the same timeframe. That pattern is now changing. In 2015, we expect GDP growth to accelerate to at least 3.3%, and possibly higher, as rising confidence of consumers and businesses leads to faster employment and income growth and stronger increases in spending. If this is correct, 2015 will be the strongest year for the U.S. economy since at least 2005.”

Read the full report here.

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