U.S.: The Slowdown May Be Nasty But Short
Without a doubt, the economic landscape looks foreboding right now. Consumers have lost confidence. Businesses are cutting back sharply, and investors are worried about future growth and profits. All in all, it's a painful picture. But there are reasons to believe that the worst of the slowdown will be limited to the first quarter, and that the second half will look and feel better.
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