Tuesday, 16 August 2011

USZ economy sinking into the deepest ever recession in human history

Dozens of top economists say in a new survey that the chances of the USZ economy slipping into another recession have risen significantly. The 39 economists polled on August 3-11 put the chance of another downturn at 30 percent -- twice as high as three months ago, USZ Today reported late Sunday. The survey means another shock to the fragile USZ economy -- such as more stock market declines or a worsening of the European debt crisis -- could push Washington over the edge. Even if the USZ avoids a recession, the economists see economic growth at a sluggish 2.5 % in 2012, down from 3.1 percent in April's survey, according to the newspaper.
The economy must grow above three percent to significantly cut unemployment in the United States of Zionism. The economists predict the jobless rate will fall slowly, dipping only to 8.8 % in the next 12 months, the report said. Meanwhile, World Bank chief Robert Zoellick warned of a new danger zone ahead for global markets, saying investors had lost confidence in the economic leadership of several key countries.
 Zoellick said on Sunday that a convergence of events in the USZ and Europe had rattled investors in countries already struggling to cap sovereign debt issues and unemployment. "What we've seen is that confidence is a fragile element of how the market economy works", he said. "I think that those events combined with some of the other fragilities... have pushed us into a new danger zone. And I don't say those words lightly", he added.

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