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A double-dip recession may be the least of our worries

A few months ago, it looked like the economy was on its way to full recovery. Today, things don’t look so rosy, writes Michael D. Yates – and given the current political climate in most societies, there’s little cause for optimism that things will get better.

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Slouching toward a double dip, for no good reason

If our lawmakers continue to obsess about the wrong thing and fail to do what must be done, Americans will only become more fearful, insecure and angry, writes former Labor Secretary Robert Reich.

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Double-dip days

Avoiding a double-dip recession will be difficult says economist Nouriel Roubini.

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The alphabet soup economy

Are we in an ‘L’, ‘V’ or ‘W’ shaped recession?

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U.S. housing may be heading for a double dip

Despite some recent good news, house prices may be headed down again. Two closely watched market measures help explain why.

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