This week on Money and Markets, we check in on the health of the U.S. economy, and offer our prognosis for the pace of recovery in 2011. Mike Larson tells us whether economic growth will speed up next year, and offers his perspective on last week's disappointing employment report. Personal finance expert, Amber Dakar, examines the one factor that makes up the biggest chunk of the U.S. economy: Consumer spending. Bryan Rich explains why the imbalance in international trade is the biggest issue facing the global economy, and why America's success or failure in the future may depend on what happens in China. In our Picks and Pans we give you concrete investment ideas, based on the economic outlook of all the Weiss Research editors. And at the Economic Round Table, Sebastian Leburn of Weiss Capital Management and John Browne of Euro Pacific Capital offer their forecasts for economic growth, and their strategies for taking advantage of global economic trends in 2011.
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