Will the Fed Cause a Recession? | New York Times
Here’s an argument against aggressively raising interest rates to stop inflation.
The economist David Rosenberg says it’s not just possible but likely that the U.S. economy will fall into a recession this year, partly because, he says, the Federal Reserve will go too far in raising interest rates to fight inflation, which is at a 40-year high.

The economist David Rosenberg says it’s not just possible but likely that the U.S. economy will fall into a recession this year, partly because, he says, the Federal Reserve will go too far in raising interest rates to fight inflation, which is at a 40-year high.

The economist David Rosenberg says it’s not just possible but likely that the U.S. economy will fall into a recession this year, partly because, he says, the Federal Reserve will go too far in raising interest rates to fight inflation, which is at a 40-year high.

The economist David Rosenberg says it’s not just possible but likely that the U.S. economy will fall into a recession this year, partly because, he says, the Federal Reserve will go too far in raising interest rates to fight inflation, which is at a 40-year high.

The economist David Rosenberg says it’s not just possible but likely that the U.S. economy will fall into a recession this year, partly because, he says, the Federal Reserve will go too far in raising interest rates to fight inflation, which is at a 40-year high.

The economist David Rosenberg says it’s not just possible but likely that the U.S. economy will fall into a recession this year, partly because, he says, the Federal Reserve will go too far in raising interest rates to fight inflation, which is at a 40-year high.
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