The Wall Street Journal
The U.S. economy’s 4% holiday-quarter increase wasn’t enough to ward off a full-year contraction, but growth is expected in 2021. … [Economists] say growth in the third and fourth quarters isn’t likely to fully offset the sharp downturn from the first half of the year, leaving the U.S. with a projected 2.4% annual contraction, its first since 2009 when the economy shrank by 2.5% in the wake of the financial crisis.