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Emerging markets are feeling the pinch.
Bond-buying itself, it seems, has had a miniscule effect on GDP.
Whether or not we avoid tax hikes and spending cuts in 2013, we face some hard choices.
Consumers bought a lot of big-ticket discretionary items in April.
Here are the headwinds and risks that could derail the economy.
This is what happens when an economy tries to ween itself off credit.
Fewer young people have jobs. This spells trouble.
Deciding which direction to take U.S. fiscal policy is easy -- if you take Yogi Berra's advice.
Chinese goods account for little U.S. consumer expense, and they're not a big threat to U.S. jobs.
Current economic data may be weak, but manufacturers remain optimistic -- if Washington doesn't mess things up.