The U.S. economy might have achieved a sustainable pattern of growth that eases pressure on the Federal Reserve to buy more bonds. Since the Fed’s last meeting in November, reports on hiring, manufacturing and retail sales have dispelled concerns that the economy was slipping into another recession. Read more at Bloomberg.
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