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Despite White House Objections, 70% Of Economists Predict Recession In 2021

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Despite White House Objections, 70% Of Economists Predict Recession In 2021

Despite White House Objections, 70% Of Economists Predict Recession In 2021

Markets Insider reports a new survey reveals the US economy is likely to enter a recession within the next two years.

More than 70% of economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economists think it will start before the end of 2021.

Stocks dropped sharply last week after a key recession signal flashed for the first time since before the global financial crisis in 2007.

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