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The Price of Politics

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Wed, 22 Jan 2014

Despite an improving labor market, exceptionally high corporate cash levels, and diminishing risks from Europe, both U.S. businesses and consumers continue to exercise caution. Companies, and increasingly households, are flush yet confidence remains low, which is translating into lackluster spendin

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