Goldman: U.S. Economic Data Negative

Goldman forecasts economic growth in the United States throughout 2011. U.S. as the world's biggest economy lost momentum assessed to recover the economic conditions of the financial crisis.

Ditahun 2011 is the U.S. economy will grow only 1.5%, this figure is lower than the initial estimate of 1.7% Goldman. Goldman also estimates that, in the third quarter the U.S. economy grew 1% and then in the next quarter grew 1.5%.

Things that affect the agency's decision is the result of two surveys of The Federal Reserve in Philadelphia and New York state, the manufacturing sector showed a contraction. The decision comes two world institutions ahead of Fed chairman, Ben S. Bernanke prepares speech bank's annual symposium in Jackson Hole this weekend. Previously, the Fed looks pessimistic and the market was asking too much hope on the American economic growth.

Goldman economists indicates that the current U.S. economic data showed the negative.

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