It might not have started well, but according to PNC Financial Services Chief Economist Stuart Hoffman 2014 is ending strong.
“We had a terrible first quarter most of us at the time attributed it to the polar vortex,” Hoffman said. “Then as the year went on it sprang back.”
Hoffman says the second and third quarters of 2014 were strong, job growth was good all year long and the market, despite a few dips, will end the year higher.
October saw a stock market correction of nearly 10-percent, but it was erased by the end of November.