How does the U.S. economic recovery compare to past ones?

January 4, 2010

This handy chart comes courtesy of David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff:

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3 comments

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The chart is cutoff at year 91. Can’t read it to the right of that.

Posted by proreason | Report as abusive

Save the image to your computer and then open it. That will allow you to see the full graph.

Posted by Robert | Report as abusive

Mr. Pethokukis,what is your take on your ancestoral place’s debt problems whether it is due to capitalistic or socialistic policies?Is excessive debt necessary for long term growth?

Posted by schadha100 | Report as abusive