Fed Dallas President Robert Kaplan was on the wires, saying that he expects the U.S. GDP growth for 2016 will be 1.75%
Key headlines (via Reuters):
- GDP growth will be enough to drive down unemployment, take out slack from labor force
- Inflation is likely firming
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