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Gloomy recession psychology undercuts resilient economic fundamentals.
The similarities between today's presidential campaign and the election of 1992
Consumers scale back their diamond-buying as the economy slows.
Bush and Congress are working up pricey fiscal packages to ward off a recession.
Recession or not, it's time for Bush and Congress to work out a stimulus package.
The White House and Fed chairman both back a quick, temporary boost for the economy.
The investment firm could face still more trouble with mortgages and commercial real estate.
After a jampacked night for presidential politics with the Democratic front-runners debating in Las Vegas and Mitt Romney clinching his first convincing win, grabbing the gold medal in Michigan, the candidates are now setting their sights on Nevada, South Carolina, and Florida, the three states with primaries before Super Tuesday.
Falling confidence is a bigger threat than housing or energy woes.
An economy-killing rate hike isn't one of them.