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Dire predictions on US jobs are proving prescient

© AFP via Getty Images Back in late March, a time that seems an awful lot longer ago than the nine weeks it actually was, we recall viewing the St. Louis Federal Reserve’s predictions for the US jobs market in a state of shock. Using a self-described “back of the envelope” forecast based on jobs ...

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