This is an interesting little graphic.
A chart of industrial production -- the output of manufacturers, miners and utility companies -- suggests that the economy is poised to turn around, but that the climb out of the current downturn will be a long one.
I'm not going to include all of Noteworthy's links in my version of this post, but in light of the graphic, this one is priceless:
If America is now circling the drain, Goldman Sachs has found a way to be that drain.
Turning a Corner?