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Business Cycle’s Demise Greatly Exaggerated

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At the recent 2019 Strategic Investment Conference ECRI explained why the business cycle’s demise has been greatly exaggerated.

Our presentation focused on the proposition that the Fed has eliminated business cycles through quantitative easing and unconventional monetary policy.


• The business cycle is alive and well, despite central bank interventions.

• Those interventions are reactive –driven by cycles in growth and inflation – and have diminishing returns.

• The current global industrial slowdown is not over, and the inflation cycle is still in a downswing.

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