Many equity markets around the globe have slipped into correction, or even bearish territory, and the widespread declines have re-ignited fears of an oncoming recession in the new year. However, equity markets do not appear to be the most accurate predictors of economic turmoil. Major stock market downturns without a recession appear to be just as common as those followed by a recession . . .

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