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Talk around the likelihood of a global recession has reached fever pitch. Leading economies of the world have in their quest to stamp out inflation raised interest rates which greatly increases the chances of a recession.

The United States, despite registering 2 consecutive quarters of negative economic growth (which is the technical definition of a recession), maintains that it is not in recession. The National Bureau of Economic Research, which is a non-profit organization tasked with studying the United States economy to predict when economic recessions will occur and for how long they will last, supports the view that the US economy despite the negative economic growth cannot yet be considered to be in recession.

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Stagflation has cast a long shadow and pall on the global economy and this economic phenomenon has become increasingly thematic on the news and for very good reason.

This is the first time the globe has had to contend with stagflation in nearly half a century. The first notable bout of stagflation appeared on the global scene in the 1970s when the oil price increased sharply, and the global economy was generally stagnant.

It is universally agreed that stagflation is a wicked problem because of its adverse effect indiscriminately on businesses, nations, and individuals. Stagflation is defined as an economic phenomenon characterized by rising inflation and static or even negative economic growth. It has also been universally agreed that it is not desirable for a country to go through stagflation, especially for prolonged periods of time.

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