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A penny spent …

29 March 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

The U.S. savings rate dropped to 3.1 pct in February, well below the level seen in 2009. That s a step in the wrong direction, with problematic knockon implications for both trade and budget deficits. Above all, low savings leave the U.S. ever more dependent on foreign cash.

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