Shiller: Greater Than Average Chance of Recession in the Next 18 Months… Steve Keen: U.S. Is Going to Slow the Same Way Japan Has

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Shiller: Greater Than Average Chance of Recession in the Next 18 Months

Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller: Greater than average chance of recession in next 18 months from CNBC.

Nobel Prize economist Robert Shiller says that the long expansion in the economy, housing & stock markets, combined with continued low interest rates, could mean the U.S. is due for a recession

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U.S. Is Going to Slow the Same Way Japan Has, Says Professor Keen

 

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Steve Keen, honorary professor of economics at University College of London, discusses the Fed’s dot plots, the U.S. economy and inflation.

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