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Governments from the U.S. to the U.K to Europe have clamped down on immigration as voters are increasingly drawn to populist parties blaming foreigners for ... An accelerating population makes it less likely the nation will slip into a recession -- technically defined as two straight quarters of economic ...

It's long been known that psychological stress can lead to a cross section of physical symptoms, but the UCLA research offers strong evidence that an economic crisis can have specific public health implications. The link between the health of the economy and the health of the people who participate in it is ...
By the middle of 2019 or so, the U.S. economy will probably be in a sharp slowdown, and perhaps even a recession, the economist said. He expects a positive output gap of two to three percentage point. The economy would look a lot like the overheated economy of 2000, which fell into a recession the next ...
The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) published a report Monday concluding that a falling conception rate in the U.S. has consistently preceded ... "Our findings suggest that fertility behavior is more forward-looking and sensitive to changes in short-run expectations about the economy than ...
The United States is on track to break the record for longest economic expansion ever — and there's nary a whiff of recession on the horizon. The economy has been growing steadily since mid-2009, and the length of the current expansion will hit 104 months at the end of February. By May the current ...
The U.S. expansion is into its ninth year and if it continues into May, it will be the second-longest run in history. The natural question is, how much life is left in the U.S. economy? James Marple, Senior Economist, TD Bank, talks to Sara D'Elia about potential risks to the U.S. economy and discusses the ...
Some think the economy may struggle to keep going after that, though. Guggenheim Partners predicted last month that the next recession "will occur by the end of 2019 or 2020." "Seeing an overheating labor market and rising inflation, the Fed will raise rates into restrictive territory, leading to an eventual ...
There are two basic reasons to fear another full-blown global economic crisis soon: The first is that we have in place all the ingredients for such a crisis. The second is that due to major economic policy mistakes by both the Federal Reserve and the U.S. administration, the U.S. economy is in danger of soon ...
It heightens the prospect that the U.S. economy will succumb to a painful economic recession within the next 12 months. ... By engaging in fiscal stimulus at this time, the Trump administration is risking a large increase in interest rates in response to an overheating economy that could cause global asset ...


 

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