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Recession Could End This Year, Financial Experts Predict

After assessing the impact of the Obama Administration's actions and how it may impact the U.S. economy, a group of financial experts, assembled by Chicago-based Dow Jones Indexes, predict the recession could end this year.

March 25, 2009

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Recession Could End This Year, Financial Experts Predict

A group of financial experts predict the U.S. recession could be over by the end of 2009.

Chicago-based Dow Jones Indexes assembled a group of financial experts to assess the impact of the Obama Administration's actions and how it could affect the American economy.

The group predicts the economy will emerge from the current recession by the end of the year, but not without some significant problems. The unemployment rate could peak at nearly 10 percent in the first half of 2010, and home sales will take time to recover.

Source:  MSNBC.com,  Financial Experts See Recession Ending This Year

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