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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 14:25
After the Meltdown

PEJ News - John Muthukat -
Economists, as a rule, focus on short-term conjectural fluctuations, often ignoring the medium-term, decades-long cycles, not to mention longer trends or 40- to 50-year long cycles. If one pays no attention to such things, it is not difficult
I was not at all surprised when suddenly the world economy headed by America developed itself , on an unprecedented scale, into a tailspin and burst in the third week of September, leaving a corporate-led-fed human society, particularly the more economy-conscious American society literally stressed out over financial meltdown, and running helter-shelter for cover. More than 80 percent of Americans reportedly said the economy is causing them significant stress, according to the American Psychological Association. What however surprised me was the courage and shrewdness of the world, after a few weeks, to go things as usual, and in its corporate confidence that some temporary
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