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Which sector will be the bad weather winner?

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Icy winter weather has chilled every sector of the U.S. economy over the past few months, which has been reflected in underwhelming jobs and retail sales data. According to a CNBC survey of 19 Wall Street pros, thus far the weather has a rough price tag of $50 billion for the economy.

Industrial output was the latest victim; U.S. manufacturing output saw its biggest drop since 2009 as cold weather disrupted production.

(Read more: Stop whining! The US economy is in good shape)

Experts are now focusing on how to profit from the deep freeze. Tell us which sector you think will gain the most as a result of bad weather.

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