gloom and doom

an account or prediction of adversity, especially in economic or business affairs; bad news: a trade journal full of gloom and doom about next year's trends.

gloom-and-doom, adjective
gloom-and-doomer, noun Unabridged
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Gloom and doom is the overarching theme of the narrative slate as well.
But not all is gloom and doom for mussel populations.
All this gloom and doom means that graduates this year have got their
  job-search work cut out for them.
Opponents then predicted gloom and doom for the industry should the proposed
  reforms be enacted.
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