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Head of Philadelphia's Federal Reserve Sees Light At End of Dark Economic Tunnel"I expect to see only modest declines in the unemployment rate," Charles Plosser told the breakfast gathering, "probably little change over the rest of this year but then gradually falling to 8½, perhaps 8 percent by the end of 2012."

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