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Turkey exits recession as economy starts long road to recovery
Turkey exited its first recession in a decade on the back of increased lending by state banks even as economic momentum is beginning to flag again.
Survey: Half of US business economists see recession by 2020
Roughly half the nation’s business economists say they think the US economy will slip into recession by the end of next year, and three-fourths envision such a downturn beginning by the end of 2021.
Finance minister: Germany to escape recession
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said he expected Germany to escape recession, pointing to a subdued but upward trend in its and Europe’s economies.
Economic forecaster: UK can avoid no-deal Brexit recession
Britain could avoid slumping into a recession in the aftermath of a no-deal Brexit, according to one of Britain’s leading economics forecasters.
S&P: No-deal Brexit would trigger lengthy UK recession
Britain’s economy will suffer rising unemployment and falling household incomes that would trigger a recession should Theresa May fail to secure a deal to prevent the UK crashing out of the European Union next year, according to analysis by the global rating agency Standard and Poor’s.
Brexit recession warning from RBS boss
RBS chief executive Ross McEwan has warned a no-deal Brexit could tip the UK economy into recession.
Fed's Bullard warns of recession risk in raising rates
St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard on Friday raised new alarm bells over the US central bank’s plan to keep raising interest rates, warning that even one more rate hike could set the stage for recession.
Saudi Arabia slips back into recession
The latest official figures show that Saudi Arabia has returned to recession in what is expected to have been a result of falling oil incomes as well as the government’s austerity measures to curb the kingdom’s budget deficit.
Iran's housing sector emerges out of recession: Official
The housing sector is emerging from a long recession and major improvements in the situation are expected, according to a housing official.
More children suffer from poverty after The Recession
In 2008, the economic downturn added stress to families across the US.
More US children living in high-poverty neighborhoods
More children are living in high-poverty neighborhoods in the US following the Great Recession — a troubling shift because children in these neighborhoods are a year behind academically, according to new research from researchers at Rice University, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Wisconsin.
Brazil's economic indicators show recovery from recession
Brazil's most recent economic indicators showed that the country is recovering from a two-year-long recession, Finance Minister Henrique Meirelles said.
South Africa falls into second recession in a decade
South Africa has fallen into recession for the first time in eight years after economic growth shrank by 0.7 percent between January and March.
Greece slides back into recession at start of 2017
Greece slid back into recession in the first quarter in 2017 amid months of wrangling between Athens and its creditors over the country's third bail-out deal.

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