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The White House will use $75 billion to subsidize the loan payments of distressed mortgage-holders.
The most optimistic estimates foresee shaving two percentage points from joblessness rates.
Major job cuts announced this week add urgency to the bill as it nears a House vote.
He’s likely to propose a credit of $500 per person to help stimulate the economy.
Until then, employment, output, and housing prices will keep falling.
US could tap $700 billion financial-rescue fund to keep automakers afloat temporarily.
The next bailout could focus on homeowners headed for default.
Sales were better than expected this past Black Friday, but will it last till Christmas?