Goldman's Jim O'Neill is unconcerned about a second-half slowdown, blaming recent disappointing...
Goldman's Jim O'Neill is unconcerned about a second-half slowdown, blaming recent disappointing economic data on supply-chain disruptions following Japan’s earthquake and tsunami. Although there's room for stocks and commodities to decline a bit further, he expects 3-3.5% growth in the second half. "If I am right, stocks will recover and Treasurys will fall."
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