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TomNickell Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Sep-16-03 08:35 AM
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7. There are definitely 'experts' saying this.
OTOH, there have been economists predicting economic recovery for the last 2 years.

Overall, the economy is always cyclical and it would seem about time for some upturn.

OTOH, it will take a very strong recovery to get companies hiring again--that's most people's definition of recovery. And, there are issues that may slow recovery--the Bush budget deficits, trade deficit, loss of manufacturing jobs overseas, uncertainty in Middle East.

So, who the hell knows.
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