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Current Risk Indicators Do NOT Hint To Recession: Oxford Economics

Though some financial market indicators are consistent with past recession trends, current conditions are overall similar to those in 2011-12, and risk indicators at current levels are not bound to lead to recession, believe economists at Oxford Economics. Adam Slater, senior economist at Oxford Economics, said in his Feb. 1 research report titled “World recession risk-amber alert?” that he anticipates that with a 2.3% increase on the year in Q4, the world's GDP clocked the slowest pace of growth since Q2 . . .

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