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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Jerry Harris
The stock market lost ground Tuesday but still appeared headed for its best January finish in more than a decade. An unexpected drop in consumer confidence dragged stocks down after a strong opening.
It was a smooth landing for Spider-Man.
"I don't see anything really glamorous or tremendous about the economy or earnings," Mr. Harris said. "But I think they're very acceptable, and things are grinding along."