Trough

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Definition of a Trough:

A trough is a transition from a recession to an expansion in an economy. The trough is the lowest point on a business cycle.

Detailed Explanation:

The trough of the Great Depression occurred in 1933. After 1933 production slowly began to increase, but it was not until 1936 that production finally reached the pre-Depression level.


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