Dark Clouds Lurk Behind The Silver Lining Of Recovery Data

09/11/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Annys Shin Washington Post

The pile of economic data indicating that the worst of the recession is over just keeps growing. In the past few weeks, the government has reported that businesses last month shed the smallest number of jobs in nearly a year. The savings rate, after rising rapidly, held steady at levels not seen in at least five years. And from April to June, productivity surged to a six-year high.

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