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A situation which arises when the economy finally appears to be rebounding after a long drawn out recession, thereby giving the impression of a recovery. Nevertheless, such an economy may actually be entering another asset bubble, while at the same time giving the impression of a recovery. This situation generally arises from the ease of obtaining inexpensive loans to finance asset purchases. A bubblecovery is generally not a real economic recovery based on sound fundamentals, but it is instead based on investments with short term growth potential and a longer term element of uncertainty.

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