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  1. A recession is a decline in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for two or more consecutive quarters.
  2. Recession is the season to reflect to reflect. (Web site)
  3. The recession is the unforeseen and destructive delay of rates of growth of total volume of manufacture and incomes.
  4. A recession is a slow down in the economy, not a complete halt.
  5. A recession is a slowing down of the economy, not a complete standstill. (Web site)


  1. The five stages of the business cycle are growth (expansion), peak, recession (contraction), trough and recovery.
  2. Rather than repeating the usual boom-bust cycle of growth followed by a recession, the Fed achieved a soft landing in 1996. (Web site)


  1. U.S. employers shed 63,000 jobs in February 2008, the most in five years, supporting the view that the U.S. is falling into a recession.
  2. Geoff Colvin still has a job - no recession.


  1. The classic definition of a recession is back-to-back quarters of shrinking economic activity.
  2. Your technical definition of a recession makes me sick.
  3. Global Recession Is Here The IMF definition of a global recession is a dip below 3% growth. (Web site)
  4. This definition of a recession embraces not only "ordinary" recessions but also depressions. (Web site)


  1. Instead of interest-rate adjustment solving the problem, a recession does so. (Web site)
  2. This recreates the problem of excessive saving and encourages the recession to continue. (Web site)
  3. Finally, a recession undermines the business incentive to engage in fixed investment. (Web site)
  4. The 1920-21 recession was as severe as the start of the Depression in 1929-30.
  5. Figure 2: Log real GDP (Ch.2000$, SAAR) minus log potential GDP. NBER-defined recession dates shaded gray.


  1. The recession of 2001 would have been much deeper without aggressive Fed action combined with Bush's repeated tax cuts. (Web site)
  2. It is the view of the Bernanke Fed (as it would have been of Greenspan) that a U.S. recession can and should be avoided. (Web site)
  3. If the Fed starts raising rates meaningfully at this point, anticipate the yield curve to invert early next year, signaling a recession in 2010.
  4. The Fed will not be able to raise rates without throwing us into recession.


  1. Limited input coordination failure has triggered general recession.
  2. Imagine, in a repeated version of the parable, that, first, a general recession is triggered by high demand for high-powered money.


  1. After the longest period of economic expansion known in modern times, the US economy had entered a decline that some are saying is a recession. (Web site)
  2. A recession may involve simultaneous declines in coincident measures of overall economic activity such as employment, investment, and corporate profits.
  3. In which year(s) was there a recession (decline in real GDP)?. All GDP are in billions. (Web site)
  4. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO), for example, substantially underestimated the recession of 1982 and the decline in inflation in 1983.
  5. It should be noted that ten stock market declines of greater than 10% in the DJIA were not followed by a recession[ 14].

Unemployment Rate

  1. Similarly, during a recession, the increase in the unemployment rate is moderated by people leaving the labor force.
  2. On a day when the unemployment rate spikes by half a percentage point, we may be past questioning whether a recession in the U.S. is here.

During Recession

  1. Real estate prices also plummeted during the recession---by 80 percent from 1991 to 1998 (Herbener 1999). (Web site)
  2. So during recession they pretend to be Keynesian and forget about it during economic expansion. (Web site)


  1. What turns a usually mild and short recession or "ordinary" business cycle into a great depression is a subject of debate and concern. (Web site)
  2. Defining a recession by full employment numbers we are in a depression.
  3. I believe that for the most part, Economists cant define Depression from Recession anymore from the simple fact that we live in a Global World.
  4. Q: Mr Reagan, What's the difference between and recession and a depression. (Web site)
  5. Protect Your Money for the Recession - This market is immune to recessions and depressions.


  1. The average duration of an expansion is 44.8 months and the average duration of a recession is 11 months.
  2. With a large number of disrupted fabricators, their demand for high-powered money is high, up until the point of general recession.
  3. This further suggests that an economy hit by a negative technology shock would also be a prime candidate for a coordination failure induced recession.
  4. We all know what a recession is: two consecutive quarters of negative growth.
  5. Its like watching a tennis match, Yes its a recession, No its going to get better blah blah.


  1. Europe---s largest economy, Germany, fell into a recession after government data showed that the economy contracted by 0.5% in the third quarter. (Web site)
  2. Singapore plunged deeper into recession in the fourth quarter as gross domestic product marked its biggest quarterly decline on record.
  3. And the economy will enter recession in the first quarter of 2007, he said, depressing the greenback even further. (Web site)
  4. The Baltic state slides into recession with a 0.9 percent fall in second-quarter GDP after a drop of 0.5 percent in the first quarter.


  1. A recession begins when the economy reaches a peak of activity and ends when the economy reaches its trough.
  2. They define a recession as the time when business activity has reached its peak and starts to fall until the time when business activity bottoms out. (Web site)
  3. The unemployment rate will peak at 6.5%, or higher than in the last recession. (Web site)


  1. It directly addresses the role of home based internet marketing and how building wealth in a recession is possible. (Web site)
  2. John Hutchinson, the 'Oldie Newbie' will show you how to build wealth in a recession with internetwork marketing here and with network marketing here. (Web site)


  1. After a year when leading economies slid into recession, the forecasts paint an even grimmer picture for the 12 months ahead.
  2. We were in recession about 9 months ago. (Web site)


  1. At one time they used the word panic, then slump, then depression, then recession, until now they have finally arrived at correction. (Web site)
  2. If the recession is a correction to an overly pumped economic boom, matters change.


  1. A severe or prolonged recession is referred to as an economic depression.
  2. The Bank of Japan cut its benchmark interest rate to 0.3 percent to help stave off a prolonged recession.
  3. Whether a recession develops into a severe and prolonged depression depends on a number of circumstances. (Web site)


  1. It is much worse than the tech bust of 2000 and 2001, when most of the problems were confined to the tech sector and we had a mild recession. (Web site)
  2. A year long recession and still getting worse is where we are today.


  1. The least amount of confidence was expressed by 25- to 29-year olds, with just 6% saying the recession would be over within 12 months. (Web site)
  2. To say we are not in a recession is like standing at the edge of a rain storm with the wind blowing in your face and saying it’s not raining.

Economy Recession

  1. Strategies for moving an economy out of a recession vary depending on which economic school the policymakers follow.
  2. The U.S. economy has been in recession since December 2007, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research.
  3. The subprime mortgage crisis is threatening to put the U.S. economy into a recession.
  4. Canada Dot Com James Bagnall crunches the numbers and shows that - for now at least - Canada's economy is a long way from being in recession.


  1. A long lasting impact of economic recession can lead to economic depression. (Web site)
  2. Recession A significant decline in activity spread across the economy, lasting longer than a few months.

Business Cycle

  1. What turns a usually mild and short recession or "ordinary" business cycle into a great depression is a subject of debate and concern. (Web site)
  2. The Austrian theory of the business cycle teaches that this reduction in monetary inflation creates a recession. (Web site)


  1. A recession may involve simultaneous declines in coincident measures of overall economic activity such as employment, investment, and corporate profits.
  2. Falling industrial production and unemployment have been coincident for an extended period so far during this recession. (Web site)


  1. A severe or long recession is referred to as an economic depression.
  2. Charles Dallara, the managing director of the IIF, called it "the most severe, globally synchronised recession in modern economic history". (Web site)
  3. The mess in eastern Europe is one reason the German economy is heading into a severe recession (someone tell the Chancellor). (Web site)
  4. Stock markets in the U.S. and overseas will start pricing in a severe U.S. recession and a sharp global economic slowdown.


  1. It should be noted that ten stock market declines of greater than 10% in the DJIA were not followed by a recession[ 14].
  2. Real estate market also weakens before a recession,[16] however real-estate declines can last much longer than recessions. (Web site)


  1. Among the four indicators, only income has behaved differently over the past 7 months from recession averages. (Web site)
  2. Another indicator of a recession is a sudden rise-at least two percentage points-in the unemployment rate. (Web site)

Consecutive Quarters

  1. Two consecutive quarters of economic contraction constitute a recession, according to economists.
  2. We all know what a recession is: two consecutive quarters of negative growth. (Web site)
  3. In most parts of the world a recession is technically defined as two consecutive quarters of negative economic growth - when real output falls. (Web site)

Global Recession

  1. In the past, the IMF has called global growth of 3 percent or less the equivalent to a global recession. (Web site)
  2. G20 leaders should unite against unilateral actions that could tip the world into a vicious cycle that deepens the global recession. (Web site)
  3. Snap out of it folks, the global recession has begun.
  4. It is unfortunate, therefore, that there is so much confusion about what pundits mean when they talk about a “global recession”.
  5. If you were to follow this measure there are actually three periods since 1985 that qualify for a global recession. (Web site)


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