As mentioned in last month’s article, economic downturns are notoriously hard to predict. However, certain patterns have indeed emerged from past recessions that can help us see where we are in a business cycle. Perhaps the most relevant indicator that has typically preceded a downturn is a persistently low unemployment rate. If we assume the […]

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