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Evidence is mounting that we're hurtling head-first into a recession

Business Insider Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Evidence is mounting that we're hurtling head-first into a recession· *An increasing amount of evidence is piling up to suggest we're headed for an economic recession.*
· *UBS estimated in September that there was a record $4.3 trillion in lower-quality corporate loans and high-yield bonds.*

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