Starting The New Year With A Bit Of A HangoverBy
As New Year's Day often proves, excess can be costly. The same is true for the economy. But instead of suffering a headache from too much champagne, the economy is coping with an inventory hangover due to overproduction. It's also hurting from a cooler pace of consumer spending brought on by slower job growth and credit-card bills rung up during the holidays.
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