One article A recession in America by 2024 looks likely from The Economist has a subtitle named:
From the roaring to the raging 2020s
From Google's online Dictionary(which is from Oxford):
- roaring means: making or uttering a loud, deep, or harsh prolonged sound
- raging means: showing violent uncontrollable anger.
Although their meanings differ, they both seem to imply something terrible. "Roaring 20s" is commonly used phrase, but here "raging 2020s" is newly invented(they are trying to imply bearish). What is the logic here?