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8 experts predict what will happen to the economy in 2020

GOBankingRates Logo By Jaime Catmull of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 40: We’re entering 2020 in a good place, with a 2% real rate of growth in the U.S. and 10 years of constant expansion behind us. The job market is strong, last year the stock market had its best year since 2013 and the Federal Reserve has no plans to raise interest rates any time soon.
Still, rumors of a possible recession continue to swirl. So, should you be worried about the state of the economy in 2020? Or will we be in the clear for another year? To find out, I asked eight economic experts to weigh in with their 2020 predictions.
Last updated: Jan. 10, 2020

Most experts believe there won't be a recession this year.

We’re entering 2020 in a good place, with a 2% real rate of growth in the U.S. and 10 years of constant expansion behind us. The job market is strong, last year the stock market had its best year since 2013 and the Federal Reserve has no plans to raise interest rates any time soon.

Still, rumors of a possible recession continue to swirl. So, should you be worried about the state of the economy in 2020? Or will we be in the clear for another year? To find out, I asked eight economic experts to weigh in with their 2020 predictions. Click ahead to see what they said.

Last updated: Jan. 10, 2020

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