November 24, 2012

2013 Is Starting to Look Like 1937

Amity Shlaes, Bloomberg

Will 2013 be 1937? This is the question many analysts are posing as the stock market has dropped after the U.S. election. On Nov. 16, they noted that industrial production, a crucial figure, dropped as well.

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