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Double Dip Cancelled Again In U S

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http://www.bloomberg.com/

U.S. Jobless Claims Fell Last Week to Lowest Level Since July
The number of Americans filing initial jobless claims last week fell to the lowest level in four months, reinforcing evidence the U.S. labor market is healing.
.. Trade Deficit in U.S. Shrinks as Exports Climb to Two-Year High
The trade deficit in the U.S. narrowed more than forecast in September as a drop in the dollar pushed exports to the highest level in two years.
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Another "double dip cancelled" possibility but much will depend on continuing growth in exports and for that to happen they need to keep jacking up the Euro, Sterling, Yen and a few others. Perhaps the Fed's threat to dump another 600bn was simply a devaluation tool--priced in without actually happening?

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