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Where can you find the economic forecast for 2015?

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The Congressional Budget Office, Fannie Mae and the president's Council of Economic Advisers produce annual national economic forecast reports. Financial, media and quasi-governmental entities also publish such reports.

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Forbes, Kipplinger's, Barron's and Newsweek magazines, along with Bloomberg News, International Business Times and the Wall Street Journal, are among the media outlets that present economic forecasts.

Financial institutions that give forecasts include BNY Mellon, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, PNC Bank and Bank of America, as well as index funds such as Russell and Vanguard.

Quasi-governmental organizations, such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the United Nations and the Federal Reserve Board provide reports at the national and international levels.

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