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Jun 30 2009

Will Recessions Become More Frequent?

As the U.S. economy emerges from its worst postwar recession, there is widespread concern that huge deficits, along with rising interest rates and high longer-term inflation, will push the U.S. economy back into recession in short-order. Similar concerns exist for the budding recoveries of other major international economies.

ECRI's latest analysis, examines cyclical patterns that determine the frequency and duration of recessions and recoveries in the U.S. and abroad with clear insights on the likelihood of a fresh round of recessionary downturns.

Full Report: June 26, 2009: International Cyclical Outlook