2023 U.S. recession now expected to start later than predicted 

A POTENTIAL BUYER looks over a 2023 Cooper S sedan on the floor of a Mini dealership Friday in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Over the past year, the Fed has raised its key short-term rate eight times, causing many kinds of consumer and business loans, including auto loans, to become more expensive. / ASSOCIATED PRESS / DAVID ZALUBOWSKI
WASHINGTON (AP) – A majority of the nation's business economists expect a U.S. recession to begin later this year than they had previously forecast, after a series of reports have pointed to a surprisingly resilient economy despite steadily higher interest rates.  Fifty-eight percent of 48 economists who responded to a survey by the National Association…

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