Goldman Sachs cuts U.S. development projection as product rates bite


A consumer counts his money at the register while acquiring an product at a Best Buy shop in Flushing, New York March 27,2010 REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

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SINGAPORE, March 11 (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs experts reduced their projections for U.S. financial development for this year, numeration that spikes in oil and other products consideringthat Russia’s intrusion of Ukraine will hurt costs.

The financialinvestment bank cut its annualised development projection to 2.9% versus a previous expectation of 3.1%. It anticipates fourth-quarter genuine gross domestic item development of 1.75% versus a previous projection of 2%.

Goldman experts, led by Jan Hatzius, stated there are extra drawback dangers if scarcities of secret metals constrain U.S. production, and put the opportunity of a economiccrisis throughout the next year at 20%-35%.

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Reporting by Tom Westbrook; Editing by Tom Hogue

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