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The U.S. stock market went on a wild ride during this week's sharp sell-offs, and that has some market experts discussing recession forecasts.
"Recession fears are escalating here — perhaps for good reason," The Leuthold's Groups Jim Paulsen said on Tuesday, adding: "You're seeing increasing concern in the market about recession. I think that's feeding through into Fed probabilities, and I think that's one of the things that driving this market down."
Most economists on Wall Street still believe a recession won't occur until 2020 or later but they are getting increasingly worried about economic conditions and higher rates as the stock market sells off.
Here's what 13 experts had to say about the next recession.