UPDATE: If the Fed doesn't hike rates, it will be due to one of these charts
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U.S. real GDP growth in 2015 will likely fall in the 2.0%-2.5% range yet again, but labor tightness is building.
UPDATE: What Friedman got wrong about the Great Depression cost us during the Great Recession
We've adjusted our cost of capital and energy price assumptions, but we see little margin of safety and few opportunities in current stock prices.
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