An economic growth pattern in which periods of rapid expansion are followed by periods of slow growth. The term fox-trot economy is attributed to investment strategist Jeffery Saut, who created popularized it to describe a period in which "fast-fast" economic and earnings growth is followed by a "slow-slow" phase.
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