Dallas Fed: U.S. Economic Output May Never Fully Recover
While the causes of the global financial crisis have been discussed at length, and solutions are still being vigorously debated, the Dallas Fed has released the first comprehensive study of the total cost that the U.S. incurred between 2008 and now. Estimated losses range from $6 trillion to $30 trillion, with the possibility that the economic activity in the U.S. could be permanently stunted.
Pre-crisis trend path
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