By and and and and  on September 22, 2008

Capping a week of stunning economic developments, the federal government’s financial rescue plan gave analysts a chance to reconsider the fourth-quarter retail outlook — and most took a fairly dim view.

The breakneck pace of developments — the government’s decision to purchase distressed mortgages, temporarily banning short selling of certain stocks and strengthening money-market funds with an infusion of billions of dollars — were indicative of the dire circumstances as the credit market all but collapsed.

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