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A weak U.S. dollar, war spending and falling housing prices are likely to contribute to weakening the 2008 economy, said Cornell economist Steven Kyle, who shared his predictions for this year at the Dec. 18 Agribusiness Economic Outlook Conference hosted by Cornell's Department of Applied Economics and Management.