There's a 25% Chance of a Recession
Robert R. Johnson
The odds of a recession are still moderate and are projected to be only at 25%, despite a global slowdown and plummeting crude oil prices, according to experts.
The probability that a recession will occur in the U.S. has risen to 25% for the next 12 months, according to Ken Chen, an economist for BBVA, the Madrid-based financial institution.
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