Economists Offer Pep Talk on Surviving the Recession

May 2009
Metal Center News;May2009, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p2
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The article presents the views of economists Glenn Kidd and Chris Kuehl on the economic crisis in the U.S. Kidd explains the crisis is driven by the decline of the housing industry, which affect the financial market, the oil market crash and the political cycle. Meanwhile, Kuehl believes that the country has been in deep economic downturn. Moreover, their views were given at the Financial Management Association's (FMA's) Tool Processing 2009 Conference held in Orlando, Florida.


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