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The money has been spent and struggling borrowers are unable or unwilling to pay it back.
U.S. stocks sunk deep into negative territory Wednesday.
The cuts could mean a loss of $6 billion to $7 billion to the local economy, says Stephen Fuller, director for the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University in Fairfax.
The government has exhausted traditional measures to get the economy growing more briskly.
When the latest unemployment figures are announced on Friday, all of Wall Street will be watching.
Business owners and officials are hoping an afternoon of music, activities and shopping will help draw more visitors as well as residents to the downtown area.
Americans might be counting on the day when home and retirement-fund values start to rise again, but anyone expecting to benefit from a future boom in prices should take note.
America is struggling with a sputtering economy and high unemployment - but times are booming for Washington's governing class.
Most voters see public education as an economic issue, a new poll shows.
While the correct name for twenty-somethings -- "Millennials" or "Generation Y" -- can be disputed, one thing is certain: they are worried about their future.