Economists' Poll Sees 4 Percent Growth in 2004 A Wall Street Journal survey of 54 economists points to U.S. economic growth of about 4 percent in 2004, with business investment solid and payrolls rising. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and David Wessel, the newspaper's deputy Washington bureau chief.
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Economists' Poll Sees 4 Percent Growth in 2004

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Economists' Poll Sees 4 Percent Growth in 2004

Economists' Poll Sees 4 Percent Growth in 2004

Economists' Poll Sees 4 Percent Growth in 2004

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A Wall Street Journal survey of 54 economists points to U.S. economic growth of about 4 percent in 2004, with business investment solid and payrolls rising. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and David Wessel, the newspaper's deputy Washington bureau chief.