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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Summers says economic “free-fall” to end soon

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The sense of "freefall" for the U.S. economy is likely to end in the middle of the year, though the road to recovery could take some time, Lawrence Summers, U.S. President Barack Obama's top White House economic policy aide, said on Thursday.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The sense of “freefall” for the U.S. economy is likely to end in the middle of the year, though the road to recovery could take some time, Lawrence Summers, U.S. President Barack Obama’s top White House economic policy aide, said on Thursday.

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