Sure, the economy is looking weaker these days, but fears about a double-dip recession are “overblown,” according to researchers at the money management firm Lord Abbett.

That’s the word from Lord Abbett partner and senior economist Milton Ezrati, who blames some of the current anxiety to excessive optimism in late 2010 and early this year.

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