10:38 AM, Oct 28, 2013 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
Some good news about the economy might make what promises to be the unending glitches of Obamacare easier to endure. But the latest is not encouraging, with Bloomberg reporting:
The slowdown is bad news in the general sense, though you might be okay with it if your prospects are keyed to continued "easing" by the Fed. The White House, especially, will find the news dismaying since, as Timothy Aeppel writes at the Wall Street Journal:
Meaning that to reach that "ambitious goal," the U.S. economy needs to add 25,333 manufacturing jobs every month, on average, for the remainder of the President's term.
And good luck to us all, with that.
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