The probability of a global recession in 2023 remains uncertain and subject to various factors.

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, July 24, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — The probability of a global recession in 2023 remains uncertain and subject to various factors, opines global economy expert Dr. Dmitri Merinson (

While economic forecasts are challenging to predict with absolute certainty, several indicators and risks can provide insights into the likelihood of a downturn.

Firstly, the trajectory of the global economy plays a significant role. If major economies experience sluggish growth, high levels of debt, or geopolitical tensions, the chances of a recession increase. Additionally, factors like trade disputes, political instability, or disruptions in key industries may further elevate the risks.

Dr. Dmitri Merinson ( asserts that Central bank policies and fiscal measures can also influence the probability of a global recession. The effectiveness of monetary and fiscal interventions in managing inflation, interest rates, and unemployment rates will be crucial in determining the overall economic stability.

Other factors to consider include shifts in consumer spending, business investments, and market sentiment. The global response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its potential impact on public health, supply chains, and global trade also remain critical factors.

Given these complexities, it is challenging to provide a definitive assessment of the probability of a global recession in 2023, writes Dr. Merinson. Continuous monitoring of economic indicators, policy actions, and geopolitical developments will be necessary to gauge the potential risks and implications for the global economy.

Dr. Dmitri Merinson ( is an expert in Investment Banking, Corporate Finance and Financial Markets. He holds an MBA degree from the University of Chicago Business School and wrote his Ph.D. Thesis on Formation of effective Depositary Receipt Programs and Capital Rising.

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