WASHINGTON, DC-After Friday’s disappointing job numbers, even the economic bulls are sticking a fork in the economic recovery: it is, in other words, done, at least for now. So on to plan B (or C, F or G, depending on how you are counting). It is widely expected the Federal Reserve Bank, after adopting a wait-and-see attitude to more monetary stimulus a few short weeks ago is likely to get its tool box out again.

“The recovery has clearly lost its mojo,” Kevin Thorpe, chief economist with Cassidy Turley, tells GlobeSt.com. “Consumers and businesses are uncomfortable with the lack of visibility, especially on policy and the deficit, so they’re pausing.”

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