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ECRI Had Forecasted GDP Weakness

Posted by Larry Doyle on July 29th, 2011 9:14 AM |

While economists up and down Wall Street express real surprise at the GDP reports this morning, regular readers of this blog hopefully recall the siren sounded by the Economic Cycle Research Institute in mid-May.

I highlighted the ECRI’s warning at that time in writing, ECRI Forecasting Global Economic Slowdown,

The ECRI clearly has a strong pedigree. More importantly the ECRI is not compromised by an existing relationship with a global investment bank or another entity looking to sell financial products. Against that backdrop, the crowd at the ECRI sees storm clouds on the horizon. Just yesterday IBD released a report covering ECRI’s forecast entitled Cruel Summer?>>>>>>>> (more…)






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