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Topic - Paul Edelstein
Wall Street suffered through its worst day of the year Thursday, bringing investors down from the "sugar high" they have enjoyed this year as the markets topped milestone after milestone.
"The totality of recent evidence points to a swift and durable rebound in [gross domestic product] growth to above 2.5 percent starting in the second quarter," said Paul Edelstein, economist at IHS Global Insight.
"The notable exception is housing, which appears to be suffering from general supply-and-demand problems," he said.