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Wall Street's apparent strength is still just as illusory as it was this time last year. And we know how that movie ended. Think 'Jekyll and Hyde' rather than 'Hoosiers.'
Bulls have pinned their hopes and dreams on extreme monetary policy easing. Economic data suggests it's not working.
The big question is how long will the swoon last. The central bank remains worried that moderate economic growth isn't good enough, while growth world-wide is stallling.
A blue ribbon woven into the note's fabric is supposed to block overseas counterfeiters who have become very good at producing fakes.
The economy will grow by 3% in July because of a shift in how the government measures output, especially of intangible assets.
The underlying economy is much more important than the Federal Open Market Committee.
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