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Category: Economy: Nation, Global

Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to lament the fact that Wall Street has become merely a leading indicator of itself and that it will probably continue to practice financial capitalism, leaving the Main Street economy out of its plans.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the fact that we have the lowest employment rate in 40 years, and whether that level of workers can accomplish dynamic scoring in a growing economy to reduce the national debt.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to agree with Jim that the current behavior of Wall Street regarding stock prices and why even a growing economy may not trigger dynamic scoring to reduce the national debt.
Bob Negen
Bob Negen joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why Main Street businesses find themselves in a unique time of opportunity as Big Box retailers are retreating from their markets and leaving customers behind.
Ray Keating
Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to debate – argue – over whether Wall Street’s overheated bounce could collapse on top of Main Street’s more measure recovery.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index which shows small businesses continue to not want to borrow money, plus the impact of the Fed rate increase on Main Street.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index which shows sales, capital expenditures and hiring are up last month.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report that the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index is still well above the past eight years of readings, and the 44 year history.
Rick Newman
Rick Newman joins Jim Blasingame to review the eight-year economy under President Obama and compare it to the current economic excitement over a Trump presidency, and whether it can last.
Bob McTeer
Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to offer his analysis on the economic outlook for the U.S. economy in the face of a Fed hike in interest, the Trump administration, Brexit and other European influences.

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