Inventory Demand May Be About To Bolster U.S. GrowthGene Koretz
Although auto sales and housing activity may be losing steam, economists Joseph Carson and Joseph Quinlan of Dean Witter Reynolds Inc. see little sign of a slowdown in economic growth. Capital spending and rising exports are taking up the slack, they argue, and "a big economic catalyst, inventory building, is about to come on strong."
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