The banks of the US and UK have been hit by the Great Recession and the banking crisis.

The US has the highest unemployment rate in the world, while UK unemployment has fallen by more than half over the past two decades.

And in both cases, the outlook for the US economy has worsened since the end of the crisis.

“The US is in a deep recession,” said Paul Ashworth, chief economist at Standard Bank in London.

“The UK is in the second quarter of a recession and the UK is facing its largest housing bust in decades.

The UK economy is still recovering from the Great Depression but the US is still in the worst of the recession.”

The Great Recession saw the US banking system collapse and caused the biggest bank losses in the history of the banking industry.

The financial system in the US has been in turmoil since the financial crisis.

Its banking system was the largest in the developed world until the crash.

US banks, which include Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America, have been among the biggest losers in the Great Stagnation.

Wells Fargo has lost $9.4 billion this year alone.

JPMorgan Chase lost $6.5 billion.

Bank of American lost $2.9 billion. 

According to Standard Bank, the US lost $7.9 trillion during the recession.

In the UK, the UK economy was hit hard by the crisis, with unemployment dropping by nearly half in less than a decade.

A similar scenario could unfold in Europe, with banks in the eurozone, which is a member of the EU, hit hard.

The eurozone has been hit hard since the crisis and its unemployment rate is the highest in the EU. 

“The UK, where the recession is in its sixth year, is likely to have the second-largest unemployment rate among developed economies in the post-crisis period,” said Ashworth.

In the US, a similar scenario is unfolding with the country’s unemployment rate increasing by nearly 8 percentage points since the beginning of the Great Recovery.

According to Ashworth’s estimates, the number of jobs created in the United States will decline by nearly 11 million jobs by 2021.

The number of people in the labor force will fall by almost 8 million.

Ashworth said the Great Crash in the 1930s and the Great Deindustrialization of the 1970s are the only two times in human history when the number and composition of jobs have been adversely affected.

Despite the economic slowdown, Ashworth said that the US could easily sustain the jobs it created during the Great Recessions.

He said the US still has plenty of potential growth in the coming years.

If the economy recovers, it will likely lead to a significant increase in consumer spending, and that could lead to increased demand for goods and services, which would then increase the value of the dollar. 

Ashworth also noted that the country is facing a growing number of job losses, with a large number of companies closing their doors.

The United States has a large amount of vacant stores, which has helped create an opening market for new businesses.

 “In a country that is struggling to recover from the worst financial crisis since the Great War, this has to be a concern for the economy,” Ashworth told Business Insider.

This article has been updated to include comments from Standard Bank and Bank Of America.