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## US Recession Probability Remains Constant At 0.0 Percent in June 2011

For the 21st subsequent month, both the coincident recession probability and the leading recession probability remained constant at 0.0 percent. The recession probabilities suggest that the current expansion is likely to continue in the foreseeable future. Read full report »...

Continue reading » July 22nd, 2011

## US Recession Probability Remains Constant At 0.0 Percent in May 2011

For the twentieth subsequent month, both the coincident recession probability and the leading recession probability remained constant at 0.0 percent. The recession probabilities suggest that the current expansion is likely to continue in the foreseeable future. Read full report »...

Continue reading » June 28th, 2011

## US Recession Probability Remains Constant At 0.0 Percent in April 2011

For the nineteenth subsequent month, both the coincident recession probability and the leading recession probability remained constant at 0.0 percent. While the LEI declined by 0.3 percent, the recession probabilities suggest that the current expansion is likely to continue in the foreseeable future.

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## US Recession Probability Remains Constant At 0.0 Percent in March 2011

For the eighteenth subsequent month, both the coincident recession probability and the leading recession probability remained constant at 0.0 percent.

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## US Recession Probability Remains Constant At 0.0 Percent in February 2011

For the seventeenth subsequent month, both the coincident recession probability and the leading recession probability remained constant at 0.0 percent.

Continue reading » March 21st, 2011