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The impact of coronavirus on my slowdown vs. recession forecast

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- by New Deal democratFor roughly the last half year, my forecast has been that a slowdown without a recession was the most likely scenario, *IF* the economy were left to its own devices.Well, given the horror scenarios possible with the coronavirus outbreak, the economy is certainly not being “left to its own devices.”I took a look at how that intersects with my forecast over at Seeking Alpha.As usual, clicking over and reading should be helpful to you, and rewards me a little bit for my work.

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 - by New Deal democrat

For roughly the last half year, my forecast has been that a slowdown without a recession was the most likely scenario, *IF* the economy were left to its own devices.

Well, given the horror scenarios possible with the coronavirus outbreak, the economy is certainly not being “left to its own devices.”

I took a look at how that intersects with my forecast over at Seeking Alpha.

As usual, clicking over and reading should be helpful to you, and rewards me a little bit for my work.

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