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What Does Dow 12,000 Mean For The Economy?

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The Goldman Sachs booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Chris Hondros/Getty Images hide caption

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Goldman's Double Hit: Profit Slide, Facebook Gaffe

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Post Tax Credit, Housing Prices Slide Further

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Faulty paperwork on millions of outstanding mortgages may push banks to work out alternatives to keep more people in their homes. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Jobs Report Is Good News, But Not Good Enough?

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Brothers Michael (left) and Timothy Martens inspect copper machine parts on the factory floor of M&H Engineering. The company has hired back some workers who were laid off during the recession. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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Back On The Job? New Hires Come With Jitters

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Rachel Keyser and her daughter, Sydney, stand in front of their house in Deerfield, N.H. Since falling prey to a mortgage scam in 2004, Keyser has faced repeated attempts to foreclose on the house. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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Woman's Foreclosure Nightmare: 'Like A Black Hole'

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The Custom Group trains workers at its school to use many of the latest high-tech machines. But for simple tasks, workers still use some of the original equipment from 1969, when the company started. Chris Arnold /NPR hide caption

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