Boeing raises forecast of need for smaller jets Boeing Co. officials upped their 20-year forecast for aircraft demand, predicting the world's airlines will need 35,280 new jets valued at $4.8 trillion by 2032, compared to last year's forecast of demand for 34,000 jetliners.
June 12, 2013 - Everett Herald
Ben Bernanke in FOXBusiness However, in light of the recent turbulence in financial markets, the uncertainty attending this forecast is quite high and the risks remain to the downside,said Bernanke.
Bud Selig in Toronto Star While obviously we want to finish Game 5 as soon as possible, the forecast ...... does not allow for us to continue the game (last night),commissioner Bud Selig said in a statement.
Alan Bollard in Wall Street Journal If this easing does not occur, the forecast recovery could be put at risk. In these circumstances we would reassess policy settings,Mr. Bollard said in a clear statement of intent to cut rates further if financial conditions remained tight.