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Morning Brief: A 'peak' in economic activity sounds scarier than it really is

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Myles Udland breaks down Tuesday’s Morning Brief, which details that the debate over the economy reaching peak growth doesn’t give us the complete picture as manufacturing growth potential is still very limited by a number of factors such as supply shortages, short-term shutdowns, and worker absenteeism.

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