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Post by Guest on Fri Aug 05, 2011 10:02 am

As bad as the daily data were two years ago, it was easier to tell a story of recovery. The full scope and stickiness of the financial crisis wasn’t yet visible, and the disappointments of the aftermath hadn’t yet sunk in.

Today there’s more stability, but we seem to have stabilized into an era of high unemployment, low growth and endless risk. Rather than recovering from the crisis, it is almost as if we have settled into it. And no one quite knows how we’re going to escape.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/stabilizing-into-a-crisis/2011/08/04/gIQAwzytuI_story.html

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