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The week ahead: Unemployment, business and consumer confidence and inflation. Scott Phillips on Nine’s Late News

Investors will be watching this week’s unemployment figures and business and consumer confidence indications as the economy picks up. And how will inflation readings in China and the United States impact Australia?
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Motley Fool Australia Chief Investment Officer Scott Phillips joined Peter Overton on Nine’s Late News on Sunday night to discuss the big economic week ahead, including unemployment numbers out on Thursday, some important consumer and business confidence data, and inflation figures from around the world.

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