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Are we inching closer toward a recession?

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CNBC’s Melissa Lee joins TODAY to talk about the latest gross domestic product report and break down where our economy could be headed. Lee says only the National Bureau of Economic Research "can officially call a recession," but they typically wait until what looks like the end of a recession before they declare one.

Here’s how to know if we’re in a recession, and it’s not what you think