U.S. Money Reserve
For more than 100 months, the United States economy has been expanding, and this has always been pleasant news to the government and the citizenry at large. The citizens are now receiving bad news in the form of a predicted economic recession in the country.
The story of an impending recession is a surprise to many casual observers of the economy who are convinced that the economy has been on the right track, and the unemployment rate is at its lowest and the record-setting stock market doing significantly well.
What most of those surprised with the predicted economic recession have not taken into account is the natural cycle of an economy.
It is important to make it clear that all forms of slowdown in the economy are harmful. An article by the U.S. Money Reserve explains that recession can be a result of diminishing labor in the economy that forces employers to increase wages and these force businesses to adopt a policy of not hiring new employees.
The circumstances force the Federal Reserve to raise the interest rates, and such measures can slow down the rate of economic development. Read more: US Money Reserve | Manta and US Money Reserve | BizJournals
Once the economy slows down, the net profits for businesses will reduce. The stakeholders in Wall Street such as banks are often looking for remedies to prevent an economic recession or delay it due to the financial implications of such an occurrence.
A depression in the economy lead to increased unemployment as businesses lay-off some employees due to reduced profits, and this can be bad news to politicians who are often promising the voters more job opportunities.
Although businesses and politicians can come up with interventions to delay an economic recession, the U.S. Reserve observes that such remedies could have negative impacts on the economy. One common effect of a delayed recession is what is known as ‘economic bubble’ a situation where specific assets are over-valued.
The economy is growing strong. #Unemployment is near historic lows. Yet President Donald #Trump on Tuesday called on the Federal Reserve to slash #interestrates by a whole percentage point to boost American growth. https://t.co/cYTvJ58r8G pic.twitter.com/oD73a64qB4
— U.S. Money Reserve (@USMoneyReserve) May 2, 2019
The U.S. Reserve distributes the Gold, Silver, and Platinum coins that are issued by the federal government. It was founded in 2001, and it is currently one of the largest private companies that distribute gold, silver, and platinum coins issued by the U.S. federal government and other foreign governments.
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