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Deficit, unemployment worry investors

Investors identify the federal budget deficit (71%) and unemployment (71%) as the top two factors hurting the investment climate in the United States. Despite these concerns, the Wells Fargo-Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index finds investor optimism in February up sharply compared with two years ago.
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