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CNNMoney: Economists' biggest worry: Federal budget deficitupdated: Mon Feb 28 2011 05:24:00

Government deficits are the biggest long-term worry of top U.S. economists, according to a survey released Monday.

CNNMoney: Economists see more hiring on the wayupdated: Mon Jan 24 2011 11:16:00

In another sign of a strengthening economy, U.S. companies say they are planning to hire more workers, and expect economic growth to pick up in the first months of 2011, according to a survey released Monday.

CNNMoney: Economists see 'sub-par' growth aheadupdated: Mon Nov 22 2010 05:28:00

The economy will remain sluggish early next year as the lingering effects of the recession continue to drag on growth and the benefit of government stimulus fades, a panel of professional forecasters said Monday.

Money Magazine: Make Money in 2011: Your Jobupdated: Sat Nov 13 2010 10:01:00

If you've made it this far into the toughest job market in decades without being laid off, chances are you're out of the danger zone.

CNNMoney: Hiring picture gets a little brighterupdated: Mon Oct 25 2010 07:19:00

The outlook for hiring is improving as U.S. businesses continue to report growing demand and increased profitability, according to a survey of leading economists.

CNNMoney: Economists lower already bearish outlookupdated: Mon Oct 11 2010 12:47:00

The recovery is sputtering and the outlook for the rest of the year isn't looking much brighter, according to a new survey of leading economists.

CNNMoney: Economists see a modest pickup in hiringupdated: Mon Jul 19 2010 03:43:00

The outlook for the job market has improved, according to a survey of leading economists released Monday, even as the economic recovery hit a speed bump in the second quarter.

CNNMoney: Economists: The stimulus didn't helpupdated: Mon Apr 26 2010 03:56:00

The recovery is picking up steam as employers boost payrolls, but economists think the government's stimulus package and jobs bill had little to do with the rebound, according to a survey released Monday.

CNNMoney: Economy grew 5.9% in fourth quarterupdated: Fri Feb 26 2010 11:42:00

The U.S. economy grew at a slightly faster pace than originally thought during the last three months of 2009, according to a government report Friday.

CNNMoney: The boy who cried housing recovery!updated: Mon Feb 22 2010 12:28:00

Lowe's reported a better-than-expected profit for the fourth quarter on Monday, and the nation's second-largest home-improvement retailer indicated that 2010 would be a better year for the housing market.

CNNMoney: Economists: Recovery is firmly on trackupdated: Mon Feb 22 2010 03:46:00

Leading economists are upbeat about the U.S. recovery, forecasting steady growth over the next two years as businesses grow and jobs return, according to a survey released Monday.

CNNMoney: Growth and hiring outlook improvesupdated: Mon Jan 25 2010 03:41:00

Economists are optimistic that the recovery will continue in 2010, as the pace of job losses slows and hiring picks up, according to a survey released Monday.

CNNMoney: Economic rebound not as strongupdated: Tue Nov 24 2009 10:10:00

Economic growth was weaker in the third quarter than originally reported, according to government data released Tuesday.

CNNMoney: Economists bullish -- but not about jobsupdated: Mon Nov 23 2009 04:15:00

Despite rising fears of the U.S. falling into another recession, a survey of top economists found them more optimistic about growth in the fourth quarter of this year and throughout 2010. But job seekers will have to wait a little longer for employers to start hiring again.

Money Magazine: Make money in 2010: Your jobupdated: Fri Nov 13 2009 12:42:00

Despite all the talk about economic recovery, you're probably still anxious about next year's job market -- worried not necessarily about your position but maybe your spouse's or your adult kids' or your best pal's.

CNNMoney: Jobs outlook brightensupdated: Mon Oct 26 2009 13:59:00

In another sign of economic recovery, U.S. companies are planning to hire and invest more in the near future, according to a survey released Monday.

CNNMoney: Recession may be over, but recovery is painfulupdated: Mon Oct 12 2009 10:28:00

More than 80% of top economists believe that the recession that started almost two years ago is finally over. But most don't expect meaningful improvement in jobs, credit or housing for months to come.

CNNMoney: Second stimulus not needed - surveyupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 08:38:00

An increasing number of economists agree with the government's response to the recession, saying they believe the economy is on the road to recovery, according to a survey released Monday.

CNNMoney: Don't expect earnings surprises to lastupdated: Mon Jul 27 2009 10:06:00

If the key to happiness is low expectations, then stock investors must be over the moon.

CNNMoney: Business survey shows 'recession is abating'updated: Mon Apr 20 2009 07:18:00

A key survey of leading businesses showed Monday that the nation's economy remained weak in the first quarter, but it also hinted that the decline is slowing.

CNNMoney: Economists: Just get through next 6 monthsupdated: Mon Feb 23 2009 05:55:00

A survey of leading economists finds them now forecasting a far deeper and more painful recession ahead in the first half of the year, but a modest pickup in the second half of 2009, followed by a solid recovery in 2010.

CNNMoney: Economists see deeper pain, followed by gainupdated: Mon Feb 23 2009 00:07:00

A survey of leading economists finds them now forecasting a far deeper and more painful recession ahead in the first half of the year, but a modest pickup in the second half of 2009, followed by a solid recovery in 2010.

CNNMoney: Economists: Recession getting worseupdated: Mon Jan 26 2009 00:04:00

Economists expect an already deep recession to get even worse in 2009, according to a survey released Monday. Fed, in Emergency Move, Will Lend to Companiesupdated: Tue Oct 07 2008 23:20:00

Frantically trying to stop the bleeding on Wall Street, the Federal Reserve took a first-time step Tuesday to get cash directly to businesses and hinted that interest rates could come down soon. Economy Picks Up Slightly in First Quarterupdated: Thu May 29 2008 14:00:00

he economy plodded ahead at a 0.9 % pace in the first quarter -- slightly better than first estimated Forecasters: Weaker Economy Aheadupdated: Mon May 19 2008 10:00:00

Forecasters believe the economy will weaken further and unemployment will rise, despite the worst of the housing slump and credit crunch ending Survey: 30 Percent Think Economy Will Shrinkupdated: Mon Apr 21 2008 18:00:00

Thirty percent of economists now believe the economy will shrink in the first half of this year, up from 10 percent who thought this in January

CNNMoney: Fed official: Economy trumps inflationupdated: Mon Mar 03 2008 09:07:00

Despite the risk of inflation, further rate cuts may be appropriate and necessary amid a struggling economy, a Federal Reserve official said Monday.

CNNMoney: Economy shows growth, but misses forecastsupdated: Wed Sep 26 2007 21:39:00

The economy rebounded with a good head of steam in the spring before a credit crisis raised new fears about longer-term business health. Economic Growth Worst in 5 Yearsupdated: Mon Sep 10 2007 15:00:00

The economy in 2007 is expected to log its worst growth in five years and should be somewhat sluggish next year

CNNMoney: Poll: Subprime big threat to economyupdated: Mon Aug 27 2007 04:42:00

The risk of massive defaults on subprime mortgages and heavy debts now poses a bigger threat to U.S. economic prosperity than terrorism, a panel of U.S. business economists said on Monday.

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