by John Rubino
It’s official: This has been the weirdest year in US economic history.
Starting with the shape of the recent recession, even 2007 — an odd one in its own right — looks almost normal when compared with 2020,
[…] Labor force participation and the Federal Reserve’s balance sheet have veered in opposite directions.
[…] The government is spending like crazy while tax receipts stagnate.
[…] Growth of the money supply has gone vertical.