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Stimulus not necessary

8 November 2013 By Martin Hutchinson

Despite the government shutdown the U.S. added 204,000 new jobs in October, and revised previous months upward. Added to robust GDP it suggests congressional dysfunction is becoming increasingly irrelevant to growth, and justifies reining in both fiscal and monetary stimuli.

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