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2.7%  Q1 GDP    4.57%  avg. 30-year mortgage     9.5%  Unemployment

Happy holidays from Economy Watch

I'll be off all this week celebrating Christmas, so Economy Watch will go dark until Monday, December 28.

Be sure to keep checking in on the Business section of The Post, which you can see by clicking here.

Here's a terrific story in Monday's paper by The Post's Binya Appelbaum and David Cho illustrating how the Federal Reserve was blind to the coming sub-prime crisis because it didn't understand the risks banks were taking.

And check out some of our other Business blogs, including Cecilia Kang's Post Tech and Rob Pegoraro's Faster Forward. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to everyone!

-- Frank Ahrens
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By Frank Ahrens  |  December 20, 2009; 11:55 PM ET
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Well, there's the amount of total jobs available, the number of people who are employed vs unemployed, the average family income, number of homeless, number of houses foreclosed on, average debt per individual, amount of federal debt, the list goes on and on.Online Tax PreparationAs for how we know Obama is causing the change: If he institutes a new policy, and as a direct result of that policy the economy improves, and most economists agree that it did improve, then he probably caused the change.

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