V-shaped recession

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A V-Shaped economic recession describes the shape of the market's performance. It begins with a steep fall but then quickly find a bottom, turn back around and move immediately higher [1]. It is used to measure employment, GDP and industrial output. Many economists use the V-Shape to forecast and analyze a country's health [2]. A V-shaped recession is always mentioned as the best-case scenario. The recession of 1990 to 1991 and the recession of 2001---both of which only lasted eight months---are considered to be V-shaped recessions.

Check out this video describing V-Shaped recessions to learn more.

Other shapes of recession

References

  1. "Understanding V, U, W, and L-Shaped Recessions" article from Learning Markets
  2. USATODAY
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