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What Is an Economic Recession? With Examples - US Economy
Sep 4, 2014 ... An economic recession is when growth slows, usually due to a fall-off in consumer demand. As sales drop off, businesses stop expanding.
Recession: Definition and Meaning - US Economy - About.com
Sep 4, 2014 ... A recession is when the economy contracts for two consecutive quarters, or more. This quantifies the NBER official definition.
Recession and Depression - US Economy - About.com
This introduction to recession and depression will answer whether we are in a recession or depression now. It also defines recession and depression, and ...
Recession? Depression? What's the Difference? - Economics
How can I tell the difference between a recession and a depression? What is the definition of a recession? Of a depression? How can we tell when we're in a ...
What is a Recession? Questions and Answers
An examination of recessions - what they are, what causes them, how do we know if we're in a recession and the political implications of a recession.
Recession (Economics) - Definition - About.com
Recession Defined - A Dictionary Definition of Recession.
When the Recession of the Late 2000s Began and Ended
The recession that began in the late 2000s was, to date, the worst economic downturn in the United States since the Great Depression. They didn't call it the ...
Causes of Economic Recession: 11 Factors With Examples
Sep 5, 2014 ... Economic recession is caused by many factors that then lead to a loss of confidence. Here's examples from the 2008, 2001 and prior ...
How a Stock Market Crash Could Cause a Recession - US Economy
A stock market crash can easily kick-start a recession. Since stocks are a piece of ownership in a company, the stock market reflects investors' confidence in the ...
Difference between a Recession and a Depression
Recession and depression are two terms thrown around quite a bit by the media when economies turn south. The difference between the two terms is enormous ...
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