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One of Wall Street's most-followed forecasters has a wild new prediction for the US economy

The Atlanta Fed's GDPNow model forecasts 5.4% gross domestic product-growth in the first quarter. That's much higher than what even the most bullish economists expect, but is based on only one month's worth of data for the quarter. Many economists expect the economy to grow closer to 2.5% through 2019. One model that forecasts the US economy's performance could shock even President Donald Trump if it ends up being accurate.
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