Recession, yes or no. That has been the big question for several months now.
The International Monetary Fund published its economic outlook (in my opinion, it is a bit too optimistic):
After the midterm elections in the U.S., there is hardly any time to take a deep breath on the political level.
I expect a mild recession, but only a sluggish recovery thereafter at the end of 2023 and in 2024.
As always when Chad Bown publishes a piece, I can only recommend it!
Recession, yes or no? Many economists have been pondering this question.
Does the digital financial system create new potential challenges to financial stability?
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The U.S. economy will certainly not grow strongly in the second half of 2022.
The global economy is severely impacted by various factors in the summer of 2022. Many countries are on the brink of recession.