Vital Signs: Softer Forecasts for Fourth-Quarter Growth

On tap: January figures on personal income and spending, housing sales, revised fourth-quarter economic growth, and February national and regional factory activity

It looks like the economy didn't come bouncing back in the fourth quarter as the initial government data first showed. According to economists queried by Action Economics, revised fourth-quarter gross domestic product figures out on Feb. 28 will show a slimmer 2.5% annualized growth, from 3.5% in the initial report.

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