Vital Signs: A Second-Quarter Hangover?

On tap: May employment figures, national factory activity index and consumer confidence for May, April data on construction spending and factory orders, and more

The Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that the economy grew at an upwardly revised annual pace of 5.3% during the first three months of this year. But with the first quarter fading away in the rear view mirror, economists are focusing on where the economy is headed for the rest of the year.

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