WASHINGTON -- The economy is poised for stronger growth than many analysts have predicted, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond said Tuesday.

Stronger consumer demand, new business spending, growing housing activity, and increased exports will improve the economy at a faster pace than anticipated, said J. Alfred Broaddus, in a speech before the National Economists Club.

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