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20. But if you study all the things that show "growth"
Most all of the GDP numbers and other economic oddities are related to generation of massive credit generation (at low interest rates).

Even the jobs number was related to that--retail sales hires in JANUARY?
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  -Guesses on Fridays jobs number? DanSpillane  Feb-06-04 12:08 AM   #0 
  - yeh well someone here on DU last month said the day before the  DebJ   Feb-06-04 12:23 AM   #1 
  - The predictions range  DanSpillane   Feb-06-04 12:34 AM   #2 
  - My bet  MidwestTransplant   Feb-06-04 01:56 AM   #3 
  - Am I too late to make a guess??  Frodo   Feb-06-04 08:08 AM   #4 
     - Number came out far below expectations--again  DanSpillane   Feb-06-04 08:45 AM   #5 
        - Ok, so?  Frodo   Feb-06-04 08:57 AM   #6 
           - Deleted message  Name removed   Feb-06-04 09:11 AM   #7 
           - No, he just follows real economics.  Frodo   Feb-06-04 09:28 AM   #8 
              - This report  coyote   Feb-06-04 09:33 AM   #10 
              - The jobs generated were also low paying  DanSpillane   Feb-06-04 09:37 AM   #12 
              - Deleted message  Name removed   Feb-06-04 09:35 AM   #11 
              - You May Follow Real Economic Numbers, But You Have No Clue On Reality  mhr   Feb-06-04 11:16 AM   #14 
                 - Translation "it's all about me"?  Frodo   Feb-06-04 11:48 AM   #15 
                 - But if you study all the things that show "growth"  DanSpillane   Feb-06-04 02:06 PM   #20 
                    - Dan, Almost ALL GDP growth...  Frodo   Feb-06-04 02:28 PM   #21 
                       - Normally interest rates factor in a risk premium  DanSpillane   Feb-06-04 02:43 PM   #23 
                          - Not "normally". Always.  Frodo   Feb-06-04 03:05 PM   #24 
                          - It would seem to me loan loss provisions  DanSpillane   Feb-06-04 04:38 PM   #27 
                             - Gee. And I was just starting to like slapping you down.  Frodo   Feb-06-04 06:11 PM   #28 
                          - Risk premiums are still there  mastein   Feb-06-04 03:12 PM   #25 
           - Note about 300,000 jobs  GoreN4   Feb-06-04 09:30 AM   #9 
           - The numbers reflect job growth in China and India by US Corporations.  Gin   Feb-06-04 10:02 AM   #13 
           - SPIN SPIN SPIN  XanthaS   Feb-06-04 01:29 PM   #16 
              - Sorry, no. Let's get our terms straight.  Frodo   Feb-06-04 01:45 PM   #17 
              - The numbers are just bad enough to make you look like  XanthaS   Feb-06-04 02:04 PM   #19 
                 - Gee. THAT makes a lot of sense.  Frodo   Feb-06-04 02:32 PM   #22 
              - But they were all retail jobs  DanSpillane   Feb-06-04 01:49 PM   #18 
                 - Notes re income, debt, unemployment and banruptcies...  GoreN4   Feb-06-04 03:38 PM   #26 

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