· Federal Reserve Watch: The Fed Continues To Support The Market →
There certainly are a significant number of companies that are near such a move, and the deeper the recession or the longer the recession, the greater this possibility becomes.
· Minneapolis killing shows African Americans face unresolved systemic problems →
Be smart: Likewise, much of the economic fallout we're seeing because of the coronavirus stems largely from unresolved issues left over from the 2008 Great Recession.
The China Post
· Schools nationwide brace for cuts from new financial crisis →
ATLANTA (AP) — It was during the Great Recession when Catoosa County first shortened its school year, from 180 to 175 instructional days, as it began years of furloughs due to budget cuts.
The Rio Times
· With Quarantine Extension, Brazilian Companies Study Next Steps →
For a faltering economy since the last recession (which ended three years ago), the combined effect of global downturn, health chaos, and political instability is drawing an even worse future for the coming months.
The Japan Times
· Not just another day at the office: Rethinking Japan’s business culture amid the COVID-19 pandemic →
Japan sank into a recession in this year’s January-March quarter, with gross domestic product shrinking an annualized 3.4 percent.
· Altria Represents One Of The Safest Ultra-High Yields You Can Find Today →
As such, let's take a close, objective look at its long-term thesis… and whether its lowest valuation in 12 years is a sign of fundamental decline or the best buying opportunity since its Great Recession lows.
The Japan Times
· Japanese whisky is breaking records at global auction houses →
Perhaps a more immediate threat is the coronavirus and the massive global recession it is almost certainly set to bring in its wake.
· 'Cynical': Critics slam Italy's amnesty for undocumented migrants →
El Mir said the recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic was likely to produce a spike in the number of undocumented people as the employment rates fall, leaving them more vulnerable.
· Weekly High Frequency Indicators: 'Less Awful' →
In February, there was a strong positive spike, but in March, this fell apart, and by April, the average was even more negative than during the Great Recession.
· TJX Cos. Is On Sale →
Considering how TJX bounced back from the Great Recession and thrived in an environment where many others didn’t, I have no doubt TJX will bounce back from this setback as well.