But latest estimates indicate slight improvement from previous calls.
Morgan Stanley says yes, CFRA says no.
A solid 75% are looking for a downturn, yet just 15% think a recession will occur in 2020, Deloitte survey indicates.
If the jobless rate climbs by 0.5 point, history shows that an economic slump is coming, Natixis’ Lavorgna warns.
Corporate profit growth is certainly ebbing, but the picture is far from grim.
Nuveen’s veteran stock strategist thinks it will surpass the 1990s’ record by summer.
Survey finds 55% of corporate financial chiefs expect a downturn, a marked decline in optimism.
Global economic forecasts offer somber, even gloomy, outlook for 2019.
Former Treasury chief sees risk from slumping stock market, Fed tightening, and international tensions.
Activist investor thinks aggressive short-term rate increases 'heightens' recession risk.
A wide gap between high-yield and 10-year Treasury signals a pending recession, says Natixis’ Lavorgna.
It also risks pushing the US and the world into a recession, BofA Merrill warns.