Bill Dunkelberg

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Bill joins Jim with his monthly report on how the economy is looking for small businesses. They talk about inflation, hiring, housing, manufacturing and the impact of higher petroleum prices.
Bill helps Jim conduct this special Fed Watch Show, where they not only talk about what the Fed will do today regarding interest rates, but also this being the last day of Chairman Alan Greenspan's 18 year run as the leader of arguably one of the most important institutions in the world, they reflect on what will be his legacy.
Bill joins Jim to talk about the most recent survey he's conducted with small businesses about the economy, and the news is good. They also discuss whether it's better for a society to be investors or savers.
Bill has a little bit of laryngitis but he's a trooper and he joins Jim to discuss the Fed's actions on interest rates, as well as to report on the survey he conducts each month with small business owners across America. The news is mostly good, with only an increase in inflation as a negative indicator.
Bill discusses with Jim his monthly report of what small business owners are saying about the economy. You might be surprised to know that the news is very positive.
Bill joins Jim to report on how small businesses felt about the economy in August. Bill also explains why he things the impact of Hurricane Katrina will not have a long-term negative impact on the national economy. He also explains why the Fed did the right thing when they raised short-term interest rates again.
Bill joins Jim to report the results of his monthly survey of economic conditions with small business owners. The news is good. They also talk about the prospects who are most likely to replace mr. Greenspan.
Bill and Jim discuss the report of the most recent survey Bill conducted with small business owners across the U.S. about how the economy is doing. The news is good. Don't miss this interview.
Bill and Jim talk about the good economic news in teh recent NFIB survey Bill conducted. His small business respondents had very positive things to say about how things look in their world.
Bill and Jim begin their visit with Bill's opinion of the recent Senate compromise on filibustering judges nominated by President Bush. They go on the discusss the most recent survey that Bill conducts every month with small business owners to get their views on how the economy is going. Listen in to see if your experiences match up with Bill's survey respondents.