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Already, the numbers are staggering: The U.S. unemployment rate in May was 13.3 percent, higher than in any recession since World War II.
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When George W. Bush left office in early 2009, replaced by Barack Obama, the creators of Avenue Q held a contest to replace the exclamation of “George Bush!” in “For Now.” They called for fans of the show to contribute their own spins on the lyric, with options ranging from “recession” to “Prop 8” becoming contenders.
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Given 13% unemployment rates and a recession of nearly 20%, earnings will likely revert toward $60/share.
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Australia’s workforce has been transformed since the last time we had a recession and policies to stimulate the economy need to adapt.
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The package aims to stimulate the construction industry amid the coronavirus-induced recession.
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Obviously, the current situation adds further uncertainty and the risk of a recession or a prolonged downturn.
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The U.S. oil industry reacted to cratering oil prices by cutting production by 900,000 barrels a day in just a month in what appears to be the biggest one-month decline since the Great Recession.
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Pal said that despite the U.S. economy adding 2.5 million new jobs and unemployment dropping to 13.3%, the reality is that we are still in a deep recession.
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Should this recession prove prolonged, further action from the central bank may be needed.
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At its early peak, the pandemic forced half of humanity into some form of lockdown and risked tipping economies into the deepest recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s.