The “Great Depression” is the popular name for the economic crisis of the 1930s; the term “Great Recession” has been used since the Great Depression for smaller economic dips, most notably the recession of 2007-2009.
A possible recession after the “Great Recession” of 2007-2009 has been called the “Greater Recession” since at least April 2010. Another term, the “Greatest Depression,” has been popularly used since 2008.
Apr 21, 2010
THE BEAR’S LAIR
By Martin Hutchinson
However, with Bernanke at the Fed, the necessary rise in interest rates is unlikely to happen. So the wise investor will remain long commodities and energy -and brace himself for eventual inflationary collapse into a “double-dip” Greater Recession.
The Greater Recession vs. Peak Oil
by Pops » Tue Jul 13, 2010 2:13 pm
So I’m taking the position the recession is still going strong.
Re: Welcome to the Greater Recession?
The “Great Recession is over! Long live the Greater Recession?” The BEA should announce this “recession” sometime between New Years Day, 2011 and July 15, 2011.
by ARGeezer (ARGeezer a in a circle eurotrib daught com) on Thu Sep 23rd, 2010 at 12:27:28 AM EST
18-Feb-11 02:14 am
IRA thought that we had recovered from the Great Recession, and BO could win another term. With the quickly rising gasoline cost, we have a good chance to enter a Greater Recession.
Monday, May 16, 2011
Top 13 Warning Signs for The Coming Greater Recession (Depression) & Reasons to Hold On to your Precious Metals
It was not too long ago when the S&P 500 hit the demonic 666 bottom of the so called “Great Recession.”
Minnestoa Public Radio
With political and business leaders like these, who needs enemies?
by Patrick Milan July 30, 2011
Democrats, Republicans and newly elected members of the Tea Party are just days away from allowing the United States (and the world’s economies) to lapse into a “Greater Recession.”
Welcome To The Greater Recession
At Naked Capitalism Edward Harrison looks at the revised numbers that just came out: GDP numbers make double dip threat real.
By JONATHAN ALLEN | 08/08/11 7:15 AM EDT
THE GREATER RECESSION: DOUPLE DIP WOULD BE DISASTER—“If the economy falls back into recession, as many economists are now warning, the bloodletting could be a lot more painful than the last time around,” Catherine Rampell reports for the Times.
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