We have lived with increasing inflation for more than a year now as the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates each quarter to ward off a recession. Yet, more than half of global CEOs expecting growth to return by the year's end.
How can the dire predictions be true while unemployment is at its lowest level in half a century? If we are on the brink of recession, why isn't it showing up in the data? And why does the economy seem unfazed by Federal Reserve rate hikes?
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