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Financial Times takes a look at the question of how high profit margins are obtained in a high unemployment and high debt economy: The key to the first question is US profit margins, which are still at or around record highs. At some point, logic suggests they will start reverting to the mean. And, aside from events in the eurozone and elsewhere, wringing out more productivity is a finite process.
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