Expect A So So '96 If Munro Is On The Money AgainKathleen Madigan
Almost all of last year's crystal-ball gazers correctly forecast continued expansion in 1995, but projecting healthy growth along with falling interest rates was a feat accomplished by just a handful. The most accurate of last year's 50 was David C. Munro, chief domestic economist of High Frequency Economics Ltd., a consulting firm in Valhalla, N.Y. For the second year in a row, economic consultant Morris Cohen placed second, with David Resler of Nomura Securities International Inc. rounding out the top three.
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