SocGen's Edwards: A recession might only be six months away

Similar to June 2007

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Albert Edwards

Société Générale's bearish strategist Albert Edwards has drawn stark comparisons between now and June 2007 when the bond market was selling off, oil prices were pushing up inflation and there was robust wage data.

Edwards (pictured) said he had not planned to put pen to paper this week however, cautioned "the ongoing rout in the US bond market demanded it". Although the recent bond market sell-off did not signal...

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