Posted in: Investing Trends
For clients demanding growth stocks in 2011, here’s good news:
American exporters, particularly in agribusiness and technology, are still looking strong.
Kiplinger’s predicts U.S. exports will increase 9% in 2011.
Exports jumped 12% in 2010 and might’ve finished higher if manufacturing hadn’t slowed down back in August.
The increasingly weak dollar makes U.S. exports desirable with buyers in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, South Korea — and even China, as consumer demand for American products grows.
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