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Recession Likely In The Next Four Years

There’s a 60 percent likelihood of a recession in the next four years, according to The Wall Street Journal’s survey of economists. The economists pegged the odds of a recession beginning in the next 12 months at about 20 percent, an estimate with which I concur. Let’s talk about why we’ll likely have a recession, and what businesses can do about it now.
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