Our US Economic Sentiment Indicator (ESI) climbed to a 14-year high of 6.7% in February. This contrasts with both our ESI for the euro area, which dipped last month, albeit from a very high level, and our UK ESI, which is far weaker…
@ChartLife_econ @Refinitiv @ErikBritton the 'good thing' part is after the recession (should one occur). There's probably no escaping recessions, it's just a question of when they occur and how deep they are. And then: what does the world look like subsequently?
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A more aggressive than expected monetary tightening would trigger significant falls in the prices of interest-sensitive assets, including #equities and #property, threatening recession 3/4 pic.twitter.com/rapDK8Eg7M