New From CBO: U.S. Economic Outlook – Forecast for 2023 to 2025 – September 14, 2023 Presentation – European Union

Aa Presented by Richard DeKaser, Congressional Budget Office Director of Macroeconomic Analysis, to Economic and Financial Counselors from the European Union on September 14, 2023.


Forecast for 2023 to 2025:

  • Growth will be sustained but with a soft patch in the near term.
  • Unemployment will rise slightly.
  • Inflation will gradually return to prepandemic levels.
  • Interest rates will decline as inflation comes under control.

Risks to the Outlook:

  • The outlook for inflation presents the greatest uncertainty.
  • The upside risks of lower inflation and faster growth are balanced with the downside risks of higher inflation and slower growth.

Text of Presentation.

Related Publication.

An Update to  the CBO Economic Outlook of the U.S., 2023-2025 July 26 2023


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