The US unemployment rate rose to 8.3% in July and Jobless claims in August have risen by 10,000 over July. The slowly growing US economy is not denting the 8% unemployment rate. Keynesian economists believe that this must be due to some lack in demand for US goods and services. If only Congress could borrow …
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