By  on March 14, 2013

LOS ANGELES — Things are slowly getting better.

That’s the consensus of the UCLA Anderson Forecast, which issued its quarterly prognosis Wednesday and painted a rosier picture of the U.S. economy — especially next year and the year after — than its gloomy reports in recent quarters, with key economic indicators, including gross domestic product and the unemployment rate headed in positive directions. Although there could be speed bumps halting economic progress, such as sequestration and delays in tax refunds, the forecast’s economists concluded they would have little effect on the economy’s forward lurch.

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