Bloomberg – The U.S. economy is expected to grow by 2.1 percent in 2018, according to an analysis by the U.K.-based think tank Demos.
That’s a sign that businesses are spending money and people are hiring.
“If this growth rate continues, it’s likely to continue for the next several years,” said Andrew Haldane, a senior fellow at Demos and one of the authors of the report.
He added that this would “reflect continued progress” in U.P. growth.
The report is the first to gauge the performance of the U and U. K. economies and the impact that they have on each other.
economy grew by 0.8 percent in the first quarter, the U-P.
by 0 .3 percent and the U, by 0 percent.
Growth rates across the two economies are expected to remain roughly flat over the next few years, as economies improve their efficiency.
U. P. growth has been sluggish over the past few years as a result of austerity measures, the Great Recession and a surge in unemployment.
Growth in U-S.
economic activity has slowed as the economy continues to recover from the Great Depression.
Demos projects that the U U. S. economy will grow by 3.1% in 2018.
That would be the slowest annual growth rate in decades.
But the report said that could change.
The data suggests that the economic impact of the Great Barrier Reef and the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative may have been underestimated.
The Great Barrier and Great Lakes are both recovering from the damage of a cyclone, which has been devastating parts of the coast and is expected in the coming months.
But they are also facing threats to coastal infrastructure.
Demets forecast that by 2021, there will be an additional 2.8 million jobs in the U S. that have been created.