Stocks set for a mildly higher open as all eyes on GDP
While economists look for GDP to show the economy grew 3.2 percent, ending a four-quarter streak of contraction and indicating the recession has ended, many worry about the strength of the recovery.
[Update 9:00 a.m.: The economy grew at a 3.5% pace in the third quarter, the best showing in two years, fueled by government-supported spending on cars and homes. Futures got a boost from the reading.]
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