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Macroeconomics  |  February 14, 2012 18:43:25

Economists for WSJ: Quantitative easing in the U.S. do not expect this year, unemployment will fall further

Wall Street Journal regularly polls over fifty prominent economists. In February, the majority of the panel agreed that this year in the United States will see growth in bond yields, which is connected with the fact that QE3 will not take place. Unemployment has fallen to 8%. Over 40% of respondents expected the experts that this year at least one country leaves the euro area.

Only 16% probability of economists on average give a variant of returning to the U.S. recession. Home prices would be raised this year by 0.41%, housing starts should be roughly as many as in 2011.

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