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Will US Slip Back Into Recession?

Recession-themed newsprint cuttings
Recession-themed newsprint cuttings

A new survey by Ipsos Mendelsohn finds 47 percent of affluent Americans say the economy is their No. 1 concern. And 85 percent of wealthy Americans say we are not yet out of the recession.

Meanwhile, researchers at the San Francisco Fed say there's a significant chance the US economy will slip back into recession within the next two years.

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