Economy

May 27, 2009 5:39 PM

Despite Obama's optimism, economic outlook remains grim

The Obama administration boasted Wednesday that the stimulus has been a big success, creating 150,000 jobs and persuading the American people that there's reason for hope. But the Congressional Budget Office said unemployment will continue to rise, peaking at 10.5 percent next year.

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