Friday, 4 October 2013

Economic Side Effects of the Recession

Some communicable diseases can be traced back to what medical researchers call "patient zero", the first carrier of an illness and often someone who has no symptoms. One of the most notorious examples of this is "Typhoid Mary", Mary Mallon, who is alleged to have spread typhoid fever in New York City and its suburbs between 1901 and 1906.

The global recession has a "patient zero", a single person who set off the series of events which may lead the economy into its greatest downturn since The Great Depression and, by some estimates, push 50 million people around the world out of jobs this year, according to The International Labour Organisation.

The recession affected the entire world economy, with greater detriment to some countries than others, but overall to a degree which made it the worst global recession since World War II. It was a major global recession characterised by various systemic imbalances, and was sparked by the outbreak of the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis and financial crisis of 2007–08. The economic side effects of the recession were:
European sovereign debt crisis,
High levels of household debt, 
Trade imbalances, 
High unemployment and 
Limited prospects for global growth in 2013 and 2014.

These all factors continue to provide obstacles for many countries to achieve a full recovery from the recession but there is always a solution to a problem.
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Surbhi Maheshwari [MBA Fin / Mktg ] 
Manager Finance
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