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Recent Improvements Aren't Enough to Slow Monetary Easing

By Said Israilov Published May 1, 2013

According to recently released data, the U.S. economy is showing persistent signs of recovery despite across-the-board spending cuts. Partly driven by improvements in the housing market, the US economy added an estimated 200,000 jobs a month since last November - nearly enough to shrug off defense and infrastructure spending cuts.