No Gloom and Doom, Please. 

Nothing against Wall Street, New York City, or investment bankers, but the pain is mostly theirs, and better them than us. Really, how many people at Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch do you know? Maybe there will be a disastrous ripple effect soon enough, but this is not like a hurricane or a Great Depression ...

Read the rest of John Branston's cheery outlook here.

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