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White House, Fed Clash On Recession Definition — Why This Matters

It seems analysts and politicians always find something new to argue about.

This time, it’s the recession definition.

The informal recession definition has always been two consecutive quarters of contraction in gross domestic product (GDP).

Now that we’ve had two such quarters, many analysts say we’re in a recession.

Economists and policymakers in the White House disagree.

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