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Financial growth during economic downturn

In normal times, a country's economy grows. Its citizens, on average, become slightly richer as the value of the goods and services it produces - its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - increases.

But sometimes their value falls, and a recession is usually defined as when this happens for two three-month periods - or quarters - in a row. It's a sign the economy is doing badly. But we’re seeing such conflicting information everywhere: “The recession is over”, “The UK saw the best economic growth on record”, “Times are still hard, and the economy is not actually doing that well”…


When the economy is down, people don’t spend – spending is what keeps the economy going – and sometimes it’s not knowledge or business acumen that brings about this reaction, sometimes it is fear. Fear can make the smartest of us do strange things and so often people look back and wish they had handled the situation differently.


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