The economic effects of the earthquake are still being felt, but they have eased significantly and the nation is now at a point where its recovery can begin, according to the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Here are some key takeaways from the Fed’s latest report:The economy is improving in some key sectors, including housing, manufacturing, and health care.
The U.K. is doing better than it was before the earthquake, but its economy is still far from recovery.
The economy’s recovery is likely to slow somewhat as the recovery continues.
The Fed expects GDP to grow about 2 percent this year, and about 2.5 percent in 2018.
It expects that growth to accelerate to 3 percent in 2019 and to 4 percent in 2020.
It has also raised its forecasts for inflation in the first half of next year.
The unemployment rate is expected to remain relatively low, but the U,S.
economy could suffer from a shortage of qualified workers.
The economic recovery has slowed somewhat, but is still a long way from full recovery.
This recovery is unlikely to be complete before the end of the decade.
The stock market is rebounding as the Federal Reserve raises its benchmark interest rate.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up more than 600 points, while the S&P 500 is up almost 400 points.
The Federal Reserve will continue to keep its benchmark rate at 1 percent until it reaches full employment.
The economy has not recovered from the earthquake yet.