Despite the doom and gloom we hear about - as well as the fact that Ohio seems to be closer to Michigan than the rest of the U.S. in terms of our economy and economic outlook, all was not terrible in 2007.
Dec. 31 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. is ending 2007 with a whine rather than a whimper. It is tough to keep track of what's collapsing faster, home prices or the dollar, and the financial market crisis caused by it has many seers talking recession as we enter 2008.
As always, that delicious negativity receives the lion's share of media attention. But, in many ways, this past year was a pretty good one...
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