Articles tagged in recovery

08.19.09

10 Signs the Economy ‘Might’ Be Recovering

Stan Reybern

With the unrelenting day in, day out barrage of negative economic forecasts, it’s easy for signs of possible recovery to go unnoticed. However, several such signs may actually be lurking right under our noses. While there aren’t many signs of sharp, dramatic improvement, things appear to be improving at the margins of the American and world economies. And as the

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07.14.09

Predicting a ‘Modest’ Recovery Soon

Stan Reybern

The most positive thing to be said of recessions is that they eventually end. As bad as the Great Depression and other downturns were – and for as long as they lasted– the country ultimately emerged stronger, and grew more prosperous after each one. This has led some to wonder if a recovery from today’s recession is on its way.

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05.18.09

The New Deal vs. Obama’s Economic Recovery Act

Stan Reybern

Many a comparison has been made between the American financial climate of the 1930s and our current economic state. Although we are not yet in a situation as dire, there has been a great deal of controversy over the measures proposed and enacted by our president to prevent it from becoming so. FDR’s New Deal helped to bring the country’s

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