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Mind-altering deficits

18 May 2005 By Edward Hadas

A few weeks ago slow growth looked like a sure thing. It took only a few scraps of data for sentiment to improve sharply. The mood swings reflect the US’s dependency on unstable financing to fill its deficits. That doesn’t bode well for the dollar.

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