The Outlook for the U.S. Economy

February 15, 2017 | 56 Minutes

The U.S. and the world have been in a historically slow recovery for the eight years since the end of the Great Recession. While significant  changes are seen on the horizon, their full effects may not materialize for some time. In the interim, a balance of positive and negative factors is likely to result in continued slow but positive growth. The presentation will examine developments in consumption, housing, manufacturing, employment, and how government policies have helped or hurt the situation.