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White House: Economic Recovery "Gaining Traction"
Furlough Plans Vary Widely at Government Agencies
Justice Department: Nearly $6 Billion Recovered for Consumers
Fitch Downgrades Italy on Election Uncertainty
BP Warns of Rising Costs From Spill Settlement
Unemployment Rate Falls to 7.7%
Dollar Soars on Positive U.S. Jobs Data
U.S. Rig Count Drops 5 This Week to 1,752
Oil Up on Jobs Data
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