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Table: How a V-Shaped Rebound Might Materialize


AUTOS

After several poor quarters, auto makers expect lower interest rates to bring buyers back to the showrooms

COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION

It's frozen now, but low interest rates and the need for companies to rethink location strategy may push construction next year

CONSUMER SPENDING

Although rising joblessness and uncertainty could dampen consumers' exuberance this year, the refinance boom and fiscal stimulus will spark growth by the spring of next year

HOUSING

Fed rate cuts mean that getting a mortgage should remain cheap and easy, so housing could get a bounce after consumer confidence returns

TECHNOLOGY

Most tech sectors should bottom out by second quarter, 2002--but a strong boom is not anticipated

VENTURE CAPITAL

Money should start flowing into new businesses by early next year, but a real revival of vc funding depends on when the stock market starts rising


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