It feels like a fog of stagnation has socked in the U.S. economy for the past few years. No one is ready to say we have slipped into a recession, and economists are already seeing signs that things should start to improve in the second half of this year or next year. But business is shuffling along at a frustratingly slow pace. What makes folks particularly uneasy in this era of stagnation is that they have to wrestle with these less-than-spectacular economic conditions while at ...
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