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  1. Is it time to worry about a recession? Could the yield curve indicate an imminent recession? Maybe not. By Jurrien Timmer, Director of Global Macro for Fidelity ...
  2. ... typically performed well, as have defensive-oriented sectors Recession phase The recession phase has historically been the ... oriented sectors have tended to ...
  3. ... with a multiyear lag Worst-case scenario: Rising recession risks The worst-case scenario is that the ... but this would be a response to rising recession risks. ...
  4. ... most common questions. Are we headed for a recession? Sheldon: If you just looked at stock movement ... be forgiven for thinking there might be a recession ...
  5. ... more neutral allocations relative to the benchmark portfolio. Recession phase The recession phase has historically been the shortest, lasting 9 ... the falling ...
  6. ... roughly 38% in 1995. The anatomy of a recession-less bear In 1998, the S&P 500 ... times in short order-and we suffered no recession. The result was that the ...
  7. ... an expansionary phase, but risks of a growth recession continue. United States Broad-based US growth implies a low probability of recession, and the US remains ...
  8. ... growth stocks and bond proxies. Only a bad recession is likely to derail the current free cash ... market is now more or less priced for recession, with the ...
  9. ... meaning that most of the curve is inverted), recession risk remains low and cyclicals tend to outperform. ... true. And although yield-curve inversions often precede ...
  10. ... phase but with low near-term risk of recession. We think global economic momentum has peaked and ... phase but with low near-term risk of recession. While a ...

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