The current, rather mild U.S. Recovery has been driven by asset appreciation/consumption and not employment or capex [capital expenditure] growth. Future growth is dependent on additional asset appreciation in real estate and stocks if Asia continues to absorb much of our investment and many of our jobs.

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The current, rather mild U.S. Recovery has been driven by asset appreciation/consumption and not employment or capex [capital expenditure] growth. Future growth is dependent on additional asset appreciation in real estate and stocks if Asia continues to absorb much of our investment and many of our jobs. - Bill Gross


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The current, rather mild U.S. Recovery has been driven by asset appreciation/consumption and not employment or capex [capital expenditure] growth. Future growth is dependent on additional asset appreciation in real estate and stocks if Asia continues to absorb much of our investment and many of our jobs. Bill Gross

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The current, rather mild U.S. Recovery has been driven by asset appreciation/consumption and not employment or capex [capital expenditure] growth. Future growth is dependent on additional asset appreciation in real estate and stocks if Asia continues to absorb much of our investment and many of our jobs. Bill Gross

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The current, rather mild U.S. Recovery has been driven by asset appreciation/consumption and not employment or capex [capital expenditure] growth. Future growth is dependent on additional asset appreciation in real estate and stocks if Asia continues to absorb much of our investment and many of our jobs. Bill Gross

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The current, rather mild U.S. Recovery has been driven by asset appreciation/consumption and not employment or capex [capital expenditure] growth. Future growth is dependent on additional asset appreciation in real estate and stocks if Asia continues to absorb much of our investment and many of our jobs. Bill Gross

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The current, rather mild U.S. Recovery has been driven by asset appreciation/consumption and not employment or capex [capital expenditure] growth. Future growth is dependent on additional asset appreciation in real estate and stocks if Asia continues to absorb much of our investment and many of our jobs. Bill Gross

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The current, rather mild U.S. Recovery has been driven by asset appreciation/consumption and not employment or capex [capital expenditure] growth. Future growth is dependent on additional asset appreciation in real estate and stocks if Asia continues to absorb much of our investment and many of our jobs. Bill Gross

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