Recession is inevitable unless there's good news in two weeks to stop a downturn, analysts warn

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Masanari Takada, analyst at Nomura, said markets look set to enter a rapid downward spiral, making recession 'essentially self-fulfilling', unless one of following happens by the end of the month.
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