Episode 920: What Should We Be Worried About? : Planet Money The economic recovery turns 10 this month. Don't get too comfortable. There's plenty to be worried about.
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Episode 920: What Should We Be Worried About?

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Episode 920: What Should We Be Worried About?

Episode 920: What Should We Be Worried About?

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What worries you?

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The economic recovery turns 10 this month. Ten years of growth! Unemployment is the lowest it's been in decades. Wages are climbing. But, still, worrying about the economy is sort of in our bones.

So, on today's show, we've turned up a fresh-baked batch of worries to keep you up at night: Corporate debt, the trade war with China, and how worry itself could cause a recession.

Music: "Imminent Threat" and "8 Bit Dubtrap."

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