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Profound and Peculiar Changes Caused by the Recession

The recession officially ended in June 2009, the National Bureau of Economic Research announced on Monday (Sept. 20). Yet the financial pain lingers for many, and the downturn caused profound shifts in everything from consumer habits to the rate of births. The recession affected the United States in Full story

CNBC’s Regan: Double-dip not off the table

   CNBC’s Trish Regan discusses the lingering economic fears among Americans despite National Bureau of Economic Research declaring an official end to “The Great Recession.”

‘Great Recession’ over, research group says

The "Great Recession" has ended. That's the word from the private research organization that calls the beginnings and endings of recessions, the National Bureau of Economic Research. Full story

No Double Dip?

   The recession ended in June 2009, according to the NBER, with CNBC's Steve Liesman & Becky Quick.

So what exactly is a 'double-dip' recession?

Concerns are rising that the economy is at risk of slipping into a "double-dip" recession. Full story

‘Premature’ to pinpoint recession's end

A panel of academics that date the beginnings and ends of recessions isn't ready to declare just yet when this downturn ended. Full story

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