Economic forecasters predict the U.S. economy will remain sluggish next year.
The gloomy outlook comes in the latest National Association for Business Economics survey released today. It says the gross domestic product, the broadest measure of economic activity, is expected to grow by only two-point-six-percent in 2011. The report says the economy will continue to be bogged down by high public debt, unemployment and increased business regulation.
To check in on other economic news, KXNT Morning News spoke with Editor-At-Large for CBS Moneywatch.com Jill Schlesinger.