Will the U.S. lead the world out of recession? How long will the recession last? What will the role of the Fed be in the future? These issues and others are discussed by Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame, including the American auto industry and whether tax increases will be part of health care reform.
What's the future of manufacturing in the U.S.? Will health care reform pass in 2009? Will the SBA increase lending to small business exporters? How much more financial regulations will be imposed? Joan Pryde joins Jim Blasingame to discuss these topics and more.
What financial regulations is the government planning? Who is hurt the most by the recession, young workers or older workers? Is a Value Added Tax (VAT) in our future? Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame talk about these current events and others that impact small businesses.
What kind of a recovery will we have a V, a U or a W? Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame talk about the prospects for global economic recovery, as well as trade issues and Independence Day.
What do new food regulations, the Fed inflation dilemma, and email marketing have in common? These are just three of the issues Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame discuss as reported in this week's Kiplinger Letter.
What direction are the key economic indicators going in? Joan Pryde joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the key financial and economic indicators, including employment, interest rates, etc. The also discuss looming protectionism, budget deficits and other issues.
How will the global auto industry rebound and evolve over the next five to 10 years? Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame talk about wheat this industry will look like in the next generation. They also some of the residual challenges of the economy, the SBA's plans to help small businesses, healthcare reform and other current issues.
What are commodity prices going to do in the future? What changes will the government make in enforcing immigration laws? These are just some of the issues Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame discuss, as covered in this week's Kiplinger Letter.
Is the cap-and-trade debate moving forward? Will the card-check union bill get passed this year? How is the economy doing? Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame talk about these and other current issues as covered in this week's Kiplinger Letter
Joan Pryde joins Jim Blasingame to discuss current events as covered in this week's Kiplinger Letter