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Private payrolls increased by just 67,000 in November, according to ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
Joining us on the show is Kevin Caron, Portfolio Manager at Washington Crossing Advisors, who gives us his analysis if the markets can keep up this record run for the remainder of the year.
Steve Liesman breaks down the major economic data that came out on the day before Thanksgiving.
Consumer confidence dipped for a fourth straight month in November as economic conditions weaken toward the end of 2019, data released Tuesday by The Conference Board shows.
Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan expects U.S. economic growth to slow substantially in the fourth quarter because businesses worried about the trade war are cutting their inventories.
Joining us on the show is Kevin Mahn, President & CIO at Hennion & Walsh Asset Management, who give us his analysis if Wall Street can continue to make these new record highs.
Steve Liesman reports on what economists are predicting with the consumer spending predictions during this upcoming holiday shopping season.
Consumer sentiment unexpectedly rose in November, according to data released Friday by the University of Michigan.
The 10 leading Democratic presidential contenders took to the debate stage on Wednesday in Atlanta after a momentous day of impeachment testimony in Washington.
Steve Liesman gives us the latest on the minutes report from the Federal Reserve.
John Harwood is in Atlanta for us at the latest Democratic Presidential Debate where ten candidates will likely be talking about the economy.
The U.S. wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Pakistan have cost American taxpayers $6.4 trillion since they began in 2001.
Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said Wednesday she wants to see how the U.S. economy is performing before making changes to the central bank’s current stance on monetary policy.
After lagging in the market, health care is making a come back and the outlook could be just what long term investors are looking for. More now to talk about this sector is Damien Conover, Equity Analyst at Morningstar.
Joining us on the show is Brian Levitt, Global Market Strategist at Invesco, to talk about the current strength of value stocks.