WASHINGTON, Nov 19 (Reuters) - The risks of a U.S. economic recession have risen in recent months but the economy looks poised for moderate growth next year, according to a survey of economists released on Monday. "While the economy faces a higher risk of recession from credit markets, housing and energy prices, NABE's panelists still do not see recession as the mostly likely outcome," said Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, president of the National Association for Business Economics and Ford Motor ...
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