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US Economics Weekly
14 May, 2012

Falling gasoline prices to support the recovery

At least some of the recent easing in economic growth is due to the surge in gasoline prices earlier in the year. The most recent fall in gasoline prices should therefore prevent a more sustained or severe slowdown in growth and could even prompt a small rebound in both economic and jobs growth....

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