After last week’s downgrade of U.S. credit, the bots (and us humans) have reason for concern, UCF economist Sean Snaith says — pointing to his forecast prediction of a $40-trillion-plus national debt by 2026.
“Compared to what Florida went through in the two previous recessions, the next recession will be more akin to a tropical depression,” says UCF economist Sean Snaith.
Economic expert Sean Snaith predicts the recession may even yield some relief for residents and businesses.
The Pasta Bowl Recession began with a whimper and will end the same way in 2023, predicts Sean Snaith, director of UCF’s Institute for Economic Forecasting.
The Institute for Economic Forecasting strives to provide complete, accurate and timely national, state and regional forecasts and economic analyses.
UCF’s Institute for Economic Forecasting released its final 2021 quarterly Florida & Metro Forecast, authored by Director Sean Snaith.
UCF’s Institute for Economic Forecasting Director Sean Snaith shares findings in Q2 U.S. Forecast.
Sean Snaith maintains a positive outlook on the months ahead, but it could take until 2022 for unemployment to fall back to pre-pandemic levels.
UCF’s Institute for Economic Forecasting released it’s third-quarter report this week.
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