Most economists see U.S. recession by 2021, NABE survey shows

ECONOMISTS SURVEYED by the National Association for Business Economics largely expected tariffs to have an impact on inflation. More than three-quarters of business economists in the survey expect the United States to enter a recession by the end of 2021./ BLOOMBERG NEWS
ECONOMISTS SURVEYED by the National Association for Business Economics largely expected tariffs to have an impact on inflation. More than three-quarters of business economists in the survey expect the United States to enter a recession by the end of 2021./ BLOOMBERG NEWS
NEW YORK - More than three-quarters of business economists expect the United States to enter a recession by the end of 2021, though a majority still estimate the Federal Reserve will continue raising interest rates this year. Ten percent saw a recession beginning this year, 42 percent project one next year, while 25 percent expect…

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