Recession Rate

recessionThe chance of a recession over the next year is 25%, which is low, although double the rock-bottom rate it was last summer. The most likely cause, a slowdown in debt-laden China, followed by weak corporate revenues and declining earnings causing cutbacks in capital spending and hiring. Third is political risk, and last is that weak GDP growth itself increases the likelihood of a recession due to reduced resiliency.

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