Here's something you haven't heard in years: The U.S. economy had a great week, with reports showing jobs being created in several sectors, new-home sales surging and factories humming. Oh, and unemployment is the lowest it's been since 2008.
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It was just one day. But the images were enduring.
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One could argue the U.S. is in the "group of death" this time.