Around the Street: Credit Freeze, Economic Chill

Wall Street economists and strategists take a dire view of prospects for the U.S. economy

As investors await the fate of the U.S. financial-system rescue plan, scheduled for a vote in the House of Representatives on Oct. 5, credit markets remain under enormous strain. And the freeze-up in lending activity does not bode well for U.S. economic growth in coming months.

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