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More on the coronavirus, tail risk and policy error

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In my last post, I told you "I think the coronavirus is a serious event risk. But I don’t think it is yet to the point where we have to worry about recession.” We’ve now had a few more days to consider what the coronavirus means to the global economy and how vulnerable the US is to a recession. And ...

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In my last post, I told you "I think the coronavirus is a serious event risk. But I don’t think it is yet to the point where we have to worry about recession.” We’ve now had a few more days to consider what the coronavirus means to the global economy and how vulnerable the US is to a recession. And ...

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