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Borrowers will reap big benefits from the Fed’s suprise rate cuts. Savers, not so much.Kathy M. Kristof/Los Angeles Times
In an election year, no one wants to admit how badly the credit crunch and the “bursting of the housing bubble” will hurt the economy.Robert Reich/Salon
It’s only human to feel “unnerved” when stocks plummet. But you’ll be “best served by staying calm” while traders “are losing their heads.”Knight Kiplinger/Kiplinger.com
Stocks were overdue for a correction, but the economy isn’t yet in “terrible trouble.”Megan McArdle/TheAtlantic.com
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