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Strange bedfellows

1 April 2014 By Andy Mukherjee

The U.S. economy is a test case for the baffling coexistence of inflated asset prices and disinflation in consumer prices. Poor capital utilization and wonky income distribution – a sharp drop in workers’ share, a jump in financiers’ take – help resolve the mystery.

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