Washington Pulls the Rug Out
It's indisputable that we were about to take off in this domestic economy after a slow recovery from the recession.
The twin trends of a return to a slow climb in the value of housing as well as the renaissance of industry courtesy cheap natural gas were enough to get things rolling. The lack of new construction, the age of the average car -- 11 years -- the need to be able to get out of your in-laws' house and buy housing of your own, something that had actually been put on hold, all of these had created what looked to be a sustainable recovery, despite the problems in Europe that were clearly worsening....1183 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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