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By Walter Laqueur
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AP / Lynne Sladky
The weather may have sizzled in July, but it wasn’t such a hot month for the U.S. economy. Private employers added 71,000 jobs during the month, about half what had been expected, keeping the unemployment rate at a nagging 9.5 percent.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2015
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