Odds of a double-dip are "certainly higher than 50-50," David Rosenberg tells WSJ, and he...

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Odds of a double-dip are "certainly higher than 50-50," David Rosenberg tells WSJ, and he expects flat third-quarter GDP, meaning there's a good chance for contraction in Q4. Skip short-term stimulus and cut corporate taxes, he says: "We need a war on unemployment." (includes video, 26:13)