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Inflation, recession, soft landing? Economist has not been ‘this optimistic about the economy in a long time’  

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Will we have a recession or a soft landing? Is inflation licked, or will it roar back? Will the housing market thaw? 

Economists peering into a crystal ball for 2024 are seeking many answers and — as they often do — are ready to point out many things that could throw a wrench into the United States economy.

“Making a bold prediction for the economy is always a hard thing, because economists are usually so dismal,” Northeastern University Labor Economist Alicia Modestino says, laughing. 

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