U.S. economy running hot, soft landing unlikely: Here’s what it means for you – Wall Street Journal

The last time an overheated U.S. economy had a hard landing was 2007, and we all remember what they meant – the Great Recession, massive asset price losses, and a very gloomy Christmas for everyone. So, what are the chances we’re heading for another?

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