Year in Review 2023 began with many economists anticipating a recession. There was an epic bank failure in March, a political showdown over the debt ceiling in June, Hamas terrorist attacks against Israel in October, and ensuing war in the Middle East. All this while war in Ukraine continued. A rather dystopian timeline. But for…
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