Severe hikes in interest rates and concerns about energy supplies in Europe have exacerbated expectations.
As economists warned ahead of the G7 summit that begins this weekend in Bavaria, the risks of the United States and Europe falling into recession have increased dramatically. Speaking to the Financial Times, economists on both sides
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