Fixed income investors believe the recession is over in the US, with the majority of investors predicting moderate growth in the US economy during 2010, according to a survey by Fitch Ratings.
Just over 50% of those surveyed said the US economy would grow by 2%-3% over the next 12 months, while 33% expected weaker growth of between 1% and 2%. Only 2% predicted an ongoing recession, with negative growth continuing through the year.
In comparison, in the June 2009 survey, the majority of investors
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