Otherwise fine

By Linda Sanders In Money

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7th February, 2013
Perhaps summer makes people more positive. There seems to be a lot of optimism about, which bodes well for the year financially and economically. Southern Europe’s economies still look decidedly shaky: Greece is just managing to avoid default, and it and other countries have worryingly high unemployment – especially among their young. But the United States is starting to move out of its long torpor. The uncertainty that prevailed before the presidential election has gone, and although the Republicans and Democrats continue to bicker over tax policy, their arguments won’t put too ...

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