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From unemployment to consumer confidence and Wall Street gloom, all signs point to trouble ahead.
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Even as economic confidence across the nation has fallen, residents of Washington D.C. maintain an optimistic outlook.
Overdraft fees remain a sore spot for consumers even after a government crackdown on the banks' abusive practices.
State sales tax holidays may seem like a no-brainer to stimulate the consumer economy, but not at a time of severely depleted state coffers.
Some major metro areas are poised for a surge in home prices, even if the foundation for a full U.S. housing market recover remains vulnerable.
While everyone else is in panic mode, these investors tune out the noise and tune into profits using time-tested strategies.
Amazingly, Americans' attitudes toward retirement are largely positive after the worst recession in decades.