Fed’s “Emergency Rate Cut” Reveals Recession Risks

Mar 09 14:03 2020 Print This Article

We are likely experiencing more than just a “soft patch” currently despite the mainstream analysts’ rhetoric to the contrary. There is clearly something amiss within the economic landscape, even before the impact of COVID-19, and the ongoing decline of inflationary pressures longer term was already telling us just that.

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