of 85 billion U.S. dollars per month, dubbed as the QE3, to stimulate its economic growth. Unconventional monetary policies have bought some time for developed countries to revive .
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lieved that Obama has done a good job on economy and the nation "is on a better footing" than four years ago. "The current unemployment rate is not high, considering how many jobs.
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