'Marketplace' Report: '25 Percent Chance of Recession' The International Monetary Fund says there's a 25 percent chance that the world has entered a global recession. How could the U.S. cause a worldwide crisis and what does this percentage mean?
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'Marketplace' Report: '25 Percent Chance of Recession'

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'Marketplace' Report: '25 Percent Chance of Recession'

'Marketplace' Report: '25 Percent Chance of Recession'

'Marketplace' Report: '25 Percent Chance of Recession'

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The International Monetary Fund is saying there's a 25 percent chance that the world has entered a global recession. Madeleine Brand talks to Nancy Marshall-Genzer about how the U.S. economy could cause a worldwide crisis and what this percentage means.