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The financial crisis that hit the U.S. nearly three years ago was devastating for many people, but it also led to an extraordinary economic recovery.

With the economy now on the mend, the Federal Reserve has said it expects to raise interest rates twice this year, and it has signaled that its goal is to keep rates low for the foreseeable future.

It’s a bold and bold move for a central bank that is still grappling with the fallout from the crisis.

But the central bank has been under fire for some time now, and the economic outlook for the U-S.

is getting worse.

That’s because the U’s economy is still growing at a snail’s pace.

The latest U.K. employment report showed the U.-S.

added a net 12,000 jobs in July.

That compares to an average annual growth rate of 7.2 percent over the past three years.

And the U still has the highest unemployment rate in the developed world, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute, which analyzed unemployment rates across the U.’s 50 states.

The U.N. says more than a third of all people living in the U., including nearly one in five young adults, have seen their earnings drop in the past year.

A report released Tuesday by the Committee on Economic Advisers said that despite the economic rebound, the country’s debt is at record levels, and that “the U.s. has a persistent, growing deficit that threatens to push the debt-to-GDP ratio above 140 percent of GDP by 2022.”

The report also highlighted a number of key challenges facing the economy: The U-10 index, a measure of the U .

S. 10-year inflation rate, fell to 10.3% in the third quarter, its lowest level since the first quarter of this year.

It was down from 11.8% a year ago.

The CPI is down 2.6%.

Inflation is expected to remain at historic lows.

The unemployment rate is at 8.4%, its lowest since the fourth quarter of 2009.

And the stock market is down more than 10% since the third quarterly earnings report.

The U. S. is now on track to grow at an annual rate of about 3.7% in 2021, the economists said.

That would be the fourth straight year that the economy has been growing at least 3%.

Inflation is down from a peak of more than 4% in late 2008 and early 2009.

But the growth has slowed as the unemployment rate has risen to a historic high of nearly 11%.

The federal government’s budget deficit is now about $1.4 trillion.

It is forecast to reach about $2.2 trillion in 2021.

And with the government spending $1 trillion to pay for a major overhaul of the tax code, the deficit is expected continue to rise.

“The current state of the economy suggests that the Federal government will need to balance its budget at some point in the future,” the EPI report said.

With the economy growing at an average rate of 3.5% in 2016, the average U. s. household saw its wages rise by 0.8%.

That’s up from a 1.6% rise in 2015.

But wages have fallen by about 4% for the past decade.

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The U s economy has recovered from the global financial crisis, but the economic recovery is far from over.

And there’s a lot of room for further recovery.

The Fed’s $85 billion stimulus package will expire in December, and its bond purchases will end at the end of this month.

In the meantime, the unemployment problem has grown worse, with nearly one-third of all workers in the country now in the jobless recovery.

And that includes those working part-time and people looking for work.

The economy is shrinking at a faster rate than before the recession.

That could be because of more people working part time, less workers looking for full-time jobs, and fewer people moving into the workforce.

Another problem with the recovery is that people are struggling to find work.

Unemployment is now at 11.6%, compared to 8.9% at the start of the recession in December 2009.

That means the number of Americans working part or full time has fallen by nearly one million since the start.

To put that into perspective, if the U s unemployment rate had stayed the same at 8%, it would have reached 17.7 million in 2021 and 23.6 million in 2022, according the Economic Development Council.

What can you do?

The economic recovery will not last forever.

Many of the jobs that were lost in the recession have returned.

But many others have not.

As a result, the U will still need to cut spending.

And if you want to save for