Gross domestic product is predicted to hit 3.1% this quarter, as long as the strong U.S. dollar doesn't derail production.
Pent-up consumer demand and falling unemployment is expected to increase purchases of home appliances, furniture, and other goods.
Nonfarm U.S. payrolls added only 126,000 jobs in March, more than 100,000 less than economists predicted.
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Durable goods orders fell 1.4% in February, a significant variance from economists' median forecast of a rise of 0.2%.
U.S. manufacturing output fell 0.2% in February, with durable goods production falling 0.6%. Capacity utilization also declined.
In preliminary results for March, the University of Michigan's index of consumer sentiment fell to 91.2, from 95.4 last month.
Finance chiefs at retail companies forecast 3.9% sales growth this year, driven by lower fuel prices and unemployment.
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