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UBS Bank: The World’s Economy Is “One Step Away From Global Recession”

Mac Slavo
June 25th, 2019
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Comments (8) Read by 1,570 people

UBS said on Monday that the world’s economy is on the razor’s edge of a recession, meaning the Federal Reserve could cut interest rates soon. Central banks tend to ease monetary policy when there’s a looming threat to economic stability, but it might not be enough to help this time.

All evidence shows that the United States and China’s trade war is spiking fears of a recession, and rightly so considering the American consumer is paying the tariffs in the form of higher prices. As of yet, the world’s two largest economies have not been able to strike a deal to end their trade dispute, and an additional $300 billion worth of tariffs are currently on the table, according to a report by Yahoo Finance.

USB said the Fed is expected to cut rates as early as next month, but are skeptical of overly positive outlooks. “U.S. tariff escalation is NOT our base case,” the bank said. “But if escalation is not averted in the next week or so … we anticipate making major changes to our forecasts.” It added: “We estimate global growth would be 75 [basis points] lower over the subsequent six quarters and that the contours would resemble a mild ‘global recession’” that would rival Europe’s debt crisis and the oil collapse of the mid-1980s, according to UBS analysts. “If we are right on the growth impact, all major central banks would ease,” the bank’s analysts wrote in their report, given the fragile state of the world’s economy.

If the U.S.’s central bank decides to cut rates, the economy would be flying “dangerously low to the ground,” said UBS, but it would potentially avoid a recession. It would take slapping tariffs on Mexico (something the U.S. narrowly averted earlier this month when Trump rescinded his plans to do so) for the Fed to cut rates to zero, and to restart asset purchases, the bank added.

However, there is a mountain of growing data that shows central banks are hopelessly trapped and there isn’t anything they can do to ward off another recession.

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According to Sven Henrich, the founder and the lead market strategist for NorthmanTrader.com, this regulation of the economy by the central banks is all going to end badly.  The fact of the matter is simple: central banks are hopelessly trapped.

Henrich says that it’s only a matter of time before investors learn the hard way that this sudden capitulation by central bankers is not a positive sign, but rather a sign of desperation. In a recent article he wrote for his website Northmantrader.com, Henrich says this economic manipulation by the central banks is all going to end badly.

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Author: Mac Slavo
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Date: June 25th, 2019
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  1. Seminole Wind says:

    Oh no, not another recession story, yawn!

  2. What would a global recession look like in terms of growth? Below 1%? Below 2%? If global population growth is 1% and global average compound interest is 1%, that would equal a minimum of 2% growth to just keep the monetary supply at needed levels worldwide. Below that, people lose income, jobs, and buying power, and debt service collapses somewhere. The black swans take flight and there is lots of wailing and gnashing of teeth. Derivatives explode and bankers take to flight from office towers. Supply chains seize up and commerce stops. Mad Max ensues and mutants in assless chaps appear downtown terrorizing people in sand rails. Famine and pestilence destroy civilization.

    More MMT (QE) Chairman Powell. Time to bail the world out again…

  3. Grunty McPhereson says:

    FFS, let it collapse already!!! The gene pool is in need of some chlorine.

    Nothing like the time requirements necessary for finding 1600 calories per day to tone down dimwit rhetoric about trannies, Ray-cism, and assorted fudgepackery.

  4. Heartless says:

    I’m a stickler for terms. Growth…. to become larger/greater/higher than an arbitrary start point. To recede…. to draw back from a higher up point. To depress…. to cause to go lower than a particular level. What about…. to equalize? To find a point of stability. Insisting upon infinite growth is insane. Just not possible.

  5. Old Guy says:

    Recessions aint nuthin. Ive lived thru a dozen. Lets have a bone slaking depression. I want to see the fat assed lazy slobs get skinny. A recession slows inflation. A depression will reverse inflation. Bring it on.

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