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President Barack Obama has been in office for nearly 200 days and has an ambitious economic agenda. Some of Obama's initiatives might be too ambitious and some are just too vague. But there's no denying some bold accomplishments. CNNMoney.com rates President Obama's performance on auto bankruptcies, the economic stimulus package, cash for clunkers, fuel standards, bank stress tests, health care reform, job creation, deficit reduction, foreclosure prevention, cap and trade, credit card reform, executive compensation, PPIP, and more.
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