Yes, that recession headline isn't going anywhere.
Goldman lowered its forecast for fourth quarter U.S. growth, citing escalating fears that the trade war between the U.S. and China will trigger a recession.
Recently, Jim Cramer hasn't seen a recession on the horizon, but is the picture starting to change?
"I think Wall Street is caught up in doom and gloom. If you don't see the job losses, I don't think you can slowdown to that [recession] level," Cramer said.
Catch Cramer's full take in the video above.
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