U.S.: Scanning The Skies For Signs Of Slower Growth
The spring months will be critical for the U.S. economy. Given last quarter's surprising burst of spending, especially by consumers, both Wall Street and some Federal Reserve officials are starting to get a little antsy, waiting for Asia--or anything--to cool off the economy, so they can be assured that inflation will remain benign.
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