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Downward-leading indicators

19 August 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

The uptick to 500,000 in initial jobless claims spooked the market. It could be a blip, since newly redundant census workers will claim benefits. But if market pessimists are right, the sense that unprecedented policy moves have failed to generate jobs would be inescapable.

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