Unexpected ways the economy has responded to the pandemic : The Indicator from Planet Money Stacey and Cardiff discuss some of the non-obvious ways the coronavirus pandemic — and the policy response to it — has reshaped the U.S. economy.
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A Few Freaky Facts

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A Few Freaky Facts

A Few Freaky Facts

A Few Freaky Facts

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The coronavirus pandemic has wrecked large parts of the U.S. economy, which has lost millions of jobs. Over the past few months, The Indicator has covered how these changes have affected everything from parenting to the performing arts industry.

Today on the show, Cardiff and Stacey zoom in and take a look at the less-obvious economic trends that have developed over the past six months.

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