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Making the Grade
While there was substantial growth during the Obama years, it was attributable to the normal recovery as the U.S. economy emerges from an economic downturn. After Obama's eight-year term, the U.S. has achieved the same slow economic growth as the social democratic economies of Europe and Japan.
Economist’s View: How Long Can This Go On?
By Dr. Peter Linneman Peter Linneman, Chief Economist of NAI Global We continue to monitor the U.S. economic cycle, using both a wide variety of economic statistics as well as what we’ll call qualitative “canaries.” Taken as a whole, these analyses suggest we are in the bottom of the sixth inning, with
"Is distress in the real estate markets behind us?" was the main question on the minds of the respondents to the latest survey by the Urban Land Institute -- and the consensus seemed to be a cautious “yes.”National 29 March 2012 13:26