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Recession in 2023? A 98% Chance.

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Reinstate Trump's energy policies. That would be good start. At some gas stations here, premium (91 octane) is over $7 a gallon.
If you can afford a vehicle that requires high test, you can afford the high test. Regular here is $3.79/gal.
 

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Hunter Biden commies socialism pallets of cash derherp!
 

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There's a 98% chance of a global recession.


New York CNN Business —
"Warning lights are flashing in the global economy as high inflation, drastic rate hikes and the war in Ukraine take their toll.
There is currently a 98.1% chance of a global recession, according to a probability model run by Ned Davis Research.
The only other times that recession model was this high has been during severe economic downturns, most recently in 2020 and during the global financial crisis of 2008 and
2009."



Save us, Joe! :poop:
And for the US, a recession is definitely closer:

 

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Reinstate Trump's energy policies. That would be good start. At some gas stations here, premium (91 octane) is over $7 a gallon.
Tell me specifically what Trump "energy policy" would have made any meaningful difference on current gas prices, or prices in the near future, or the economy as a whole. And of course, you had to have read in the very article you quoted that this is a prediction of "global" recession. Not the US.
Are you telling me Trump's policies, or any republican policies are so awesome they have the power to head off a global recession?

BTW- as another poster pointed out, if you can afford a vehicle that requires premium, you can afford to pay for premium. I can and I do. But that sounds rather Trumpish of me to only focus on what affects me, right?
 

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Reinstate Trump's energy policies. That would be good start. At some gas stations here, premium (91 octane) is over $7 a gallon.

Current national average is $3.782. I don't hear you thanking Biden for bringing it back down after blaming him for supposedly personally raising it.
 

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That is just nonsense. Why would anyone want to see their portfolio drop, and pay these ridiculous surges in prices.
That's easy: because they believe the short term negative impact will help get a republican back in the white house. And that president, who controls everything relating to the economy, will have such a massive, positive impact that they will more than make their money back.

The logic/rationale is beyond question.
 

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Biden issued a bunch of EOs that made it more expensive to produce petroleum products here in the USA.
All of these need to go.
Also, he needs to make some kind of an energy deal with the EU.
He won't, because he is incapable of it or his handlers won't let it happen.
 

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Biden issued a bunch of EOs that made it more expensive to produce petroleum products here in the USA.
All of these need to go.
Also, he needs to make some kind of an energy deal with the EU.
He won't, because he is incapable of it or his handlers won't let it happen.
For the uninformed, can you cite the EO's Biden passed that has negatively impacted gas prices?

And also walk me thru the EU energy Biden should be pursuing.

And of course, I have to ask, why did not the master negotiator Trump already have such a deal in place? If in fact such a deal is/was necessary.
 

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Current national average is $3.782. I don't hear you thanking Biden for bringing it back down after blaming him for supposedly personally raising it.
Speaking of bringing things down, did you see how the stock market did today? And how it's been doing the last couple of weeks for that matter?
 

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Speaking of bringing things down, did you see how the stock market did today? And how it's been doing the last couple of weeks for that matter?

Oh, did you personally thank him for making the stock market go up?

:rolleyes:


There are few things more idiotic and hackish than a two-factor analysis of "what is the letter next to the president's name and do I think this thing I have picked good or bad?"
 

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Now I wonder what the people on the right will say IF Biden blames IAN for all the inflation
well it is a natural disaster like the Covld was and Trump blamed everything on that
and with all the insurance money and FIMA money going to the south east states there is bound to be shortages of just about everything and that will drive prices UP and UP and UP
Yep perfect setup for hyper inflation
and I am sure the right will cry about it
Have a nice day
 

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There's a 98% chance of a global recession.


New York CNN Business —
"Warning lights are flashing in the global economy as high inflation, drastic rate hikes and the war in Ukraine take their toll.
There is currently a 98.1% chance of a global recession, according to a probability model run by Ned Davis Research.
The only other times that recession model was this high has been during severe economic downturns, most recently in 2020 and during the global financial crisis of 2008 and
2009."



Save us, Joe! :poop:
How would you expect your president to prevent global recession?
 

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There's a 98% chance of a global recession.


New York CNN Business —
"Warning lights are flashing in the global economy as high inflation, drastic rate hikes and the war in Ukraine take their toll.
There is currently a 98.1% chance of a global recession, according to a probability model run by Ned Davis Research.
The only other times that recession model was this high has been during severe economic downturns, most recently in 2020 and during the global financial crisis of 2008 and
2009."



Save us, Joe! :poop:

You must be thrilled!

Yep, you post asa loyal American.
 

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Now I wonder what the people on the right will say IF Biden blames IAN for all the inflation
well it is a natural disaster like the Covld was and Trump blamed everything on that
and with all the insurance money and FIMA money going to the south east states there is bound to be shortages of just about everything and that will drive prices UP and UP and UP
Yep perfect setup for hyper inflation
and I am sure the right will cry about it
Have a nice day
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Keep posting, its very entertaining.

Thanks!
 

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To anyone willing to respond, what did Biden do to cause this impending recession and what can Biden or Republicans do to avert it, or dampen it. GPappy suggested re implementing Trump's energy but could not, or would not what those were and how they would address a global recession.

Anyone?
 

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There's a 98% chance of a global recession.


New York CNN Business —
"Warning lights are flashing in the global economy as high inflation, drastic rate hikes and the war in Ukraine take their toll.
There is currently a 98.1% chance of a global recession, according to a probability model run by Ned Davis Research.
The only other times that recession model was this high has been during severe economic downturns, most recently in 2020 and during the global financial crisis of 2008 and
2009."



Save us, Joe! :poop:
This recession will be Biden's fault to the exact same degree as the last one was Trump's fault.

The last recession was a global one as will be the next one and the one after that. COVID-19 is to blame. This is what happens when a global pandemic results in an artificial recession, and a sudden vaccine results in record inflation levels. It's like making waves in a pool. The global economy is going to vacillate between recession and inflation for years until it finally stabilizes regardless of who happens to be president in the United States.

The lesson here is: Global pandemics are deadly serious should always be taken seriously.
 

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This recession will be Biden's fault to the exact same degree as the last one was Trump's fault.

The last recession was a global one as will be the next one and the one after that. COVID-19 is to blame. This is what happens when a global pandemic results in an artificial recession, and a sudden vaccine results in record inflation levels. It's like making waves in a pool. The global economy is going to vacillate between recession and inflation for years until it finally stabilizes regardless of who happens to be president in the United States.

The lesson here is: Global pandemics are deadly serious should always be taken seriously.
well we should expect inflation to go up , with all the insurance money and billions and billions of FEMA money going into the southeast states and with people down there needing just about everything you can think of the prices of everything will be increasing
Building supplies in the Clearwater Fla, area have been high for the last several years . I have been remodeling my place down there so I know.
and with all the damage in that area and south people aren't going to be able to get a lot of what they need to rebuild
and prices go up and up along with inflation
Have a nice day
 

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well we should expect inflation to go up , with all the insurance money and billions and billions of FEMA money going into the southeast states and with people down there needing just about everything you can think of the prices of everything will be increasing
Building supplies in the Clearwater Fla, area have been high for the last several years . I have been remodeling my place down there so I know.
and with all the damage in that area and south people aren't going to be able to get a lot of what they need to rebuild
and prices go up and up along with inflation
Have a nice day
Yes. Any disaster has an impact on the economy, be it a hurricane or a pandemic.
 

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The Democrats were so deluded, they thought implementing Green New Deal energy policy would work after the Covid disaster.
Currently, the world runs on oil. Not unicorns and rainbows.
 

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Yes. Any disaster has an impact on the economy, be it a hurricane or a pandemic.
and Inflation will go up and you can bet the people on the right will blame Biden
Have a nice day
 

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One tool against inflation is a moratorium on spending except for absolute essentials ....... groceries of sorts all else can wait.
 

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I'm thinking if the GOP takes back the House and/or Senate, Joe will have someone to blame.
For a GLOBAL recession? You DO know what GLOBAL means, right?
 
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