Weakness overseas has overtaken the U.S. economy as the chief worry in financial markets — knocking the knees from under the stock market — but in perverse benefit has made it easier for the Treasury to borrow and held mortgages below 5 percent.

That shift in fear center this week has created the misimpression that markets actively dislike Obama’s financial rescue plans.

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