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Higher stock prices make CEOs think they are geniuses, so they expand their businesses further. Easy credit tempts both businesses and consumers to borrow more than they can safely handle. Every business expansion eventually dies. Only the cause of death changes. These imbalances inevitably unwind, often abruptly and without notice. Just as people often get sick faster than they get better, bear markets are more violent than bull markets and unemployment rises more quickly than it falls. The credit taps are tightened more quickly than they’re opened.
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The same holds true for the business cycle. Every business expansion eventually dies. Only the cause of death changes. Not Your Father’s Business Cycle There is one common element to almost all modern business cycles. ” The Federal Reserve raises interest rates if it thinks the economy is growing so fast that inflation will rise. Costlier credit eventually forces businesses and consumers to curb their spending—sometimes abruptly. Long ago, the effect was brutally direct. Regulation Q, a rule passed during the Depression, limited how much interest banks could pay on deposits.
AARP the Little Book of Economics. How the Economy Works in the Real World by Greg Ip