“I think we’ve gotten to a point where it’s a self-sustaining recovery,” says Standard & Poor’s chief economist David Wyss.
The experts predict growth of 3% this year, up from forecasts of 2.8% in January. In V-shaped upswings, growth is often 7% or more.
None see a return to recession by next year, and those who see some risk say it’s lessened markedly.
I am sure that the Republicans will take credit for it, too.