MINNEAPOLIS -- The U.S. economy will post a moderate growth rate in 1992 of about 2% to 3% in gross domestic product, said Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank president Gary Stern.

"I would classify that as the end of the recession," Mr. Stern said last week at a meeting with reporters.

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