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Category: Economy: Nation, Global

George  Troy
George Troy joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how retailers in England, specifically London, do their business, and how that compares to U.S. retailers, including face-to-face and online.
George  Troy
George Troy joins Jim Blasingame to report on the fact that this year’s holiday shopping season is short and how retailers can overcome that, including a marketing plan for the week after Christmas.
Geri Stengel
Geri Stengel joins Jim Blasingame to report on the American Express research on women-owned businesses, including the significant growth in those with over $1 million in sales.
Geri Stengel
Geri Stengel joins Jim Blasingame to report on the American Express 2019 research which shows how women-owned businesses have grown in the past four years, from the gig economy to million-dollar firms.
Douglas  Obey
Doug Obey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why central banks around the world are imposing negative interest rates, and whether this will become a reality in the U.S.
Douglas  Obey
Doug Obey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the relationship between the forces of inflation and deflation, and how it impacts economies, currency and assets.
Gordon Chang
Gordon Chang joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the current uprising/revolution in Hong Kong is creating many implications across the globe, especially the Communist leadership in China.
Pam Danziger
Pam Danziger joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the affluent are impacting the retail economy, and to discuss whether with a $21 trillion economy, maybe we start thinking that 2.5% growth is delivering some big numbers.
Pam Danziger
Pam Danziger joins Jim Blasingame to report on the evolution of the big holiday spending days, regarding the shift from bricks to clicks, especially the impact of the smartphone on shopping.
Ray Keating
Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to report on how two of the four largest U.S. states, California and New York, are losing workers, while Florida and Texas are gaining them, and the reason is bad policies, including being over-taxed.

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