Friday, March 8, 2013
In case you were feeling too cheery about this morning's unemployment news, here's a slightly different (and sadder) version of Calculated Risk's graph. Yikes.
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Well, that was depressing.ReplyDelete
DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMM!!! harder you fools, DOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMM!! harder! I'm worried about the recent job gains in the USA, but at least the events in the Missile East (and to a lesser degree the Eurozone periphery) are satisfying my DOOOOOOOOOOMM! lust for now.ReplyDelete