What is Recession?
What is Recession? A recession refers to a significant decline in economic activity across an economy that typically lasts for a prolonged period, typically marked by a decrease in GDP (Gross Domestic Product), employment, investment spending, consumer spending, industrial production, and wholesale/retail trade.
Recessions can have widespread impacts on businesses, individuals, and governments, often leading to increased unemployment, reduced income, decreased consumer spending, and economic hardship. Governments and central banks often implement monetary and fiscal policies to mitigate the effects of recessions and stimulate economic recovery.
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