By  on June 19, 2013

WASHINGTON — As buyers head out to trade shows across the country starting next month, the U.S. economic outlook for the second half is looking brighter.

The forecast is buoyed by rising home prices, strengthening job growth and consumer confidence, and strong stock market performances, but economists are keeping a close eye on consumer spending, which weakened in May and could put a damper on real growth.

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