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Malaiseconomics

5 August 2011 By Christopher Swann

July’s 117,000 new jobs may have stopped investors from panicking further, but they do little to dispel the gloom about the economy’s prospects. Fears of a double-dip recession look premature. But the data confirm the arduous task ahead of getting Americans back to work.

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