Major Business Leaders Voice Concern About Economy, But One Advisor Says They're Not Anxious Enough

Major business leaders are taking in the current U.S. economic backdrop — including inflation and a first-quarter GDP contraction — and voicing pessimistic outlooks about what the economy will do. Meanwhile, the question on everyone's mind is still whether or not we will enter a recession, and when. Mike 'Mish' Shedlock, an investment advisor at Sitka Pacific Capital Management, says on Closing Bell that business leaders aren't anxious enough, and that it's likely the U.S. will enter a recession early in the third quarter of this year.
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