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Recession Ends, Housing Market Bright Spot in Slow Recovery

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Most economists believe the long recession, the worst since The Great Depression, is over. The U.S. economy is beginning to show the growth that indicates economic recovery. The recovery will not be as quick as other steep declines, but in fact, slower and more cautious. To wit: Unemployment is expected to increase again in the beginning of 2010 to 10 per cent, before dropping to 9.5 at the end of next year. The federal deficit is also expected to remain high through next year. Forecasters expect a 3 per cent growth in GDP next year in part to do with improving credit markets, and here’s the good news; the housing market. 2010 is expected to be the first year since 2005 that growth in the housing market will impact overall growth.

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