Treasury assistant secretary for economic policy Alan Krueger yesterday said the growing signs of stabilization could be a “false dawn” but it may be that the recession is winding down.

Krueger told a gathering of actuaries that despite worsening unemployment, he sees “the typical pattern seen around the end of recessions. The financial markets have recovered sooner than production and production is stabilizing faster than the job market.”

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