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.
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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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