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Category: Economy: Nation, Global

Eric Groves
Eric Groves joins Jim Blasingame to report on two Alignable small business surveys that show many Main Street businesses are still struggling against the pandemic shutdowns, plus the PPP2 program isn’t helping as much either.
Holly  Wade
Holly Wade joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB’s Index of Small Business Optimism that shows a reluctance to commit capital investment right now, likely owing to uncertainty about the near-term economic conditions.
Holly  Wade
Holly Wade joins Jim Blasingame to compare notes on the NFIB’s Index of Small Business Optimism findings with the polling Jim does, both showing that the greatest challenge for business owners is finding qualified employees to work.
Holly  Wade
Holly Wade joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB’s Index of Small Business Optimism, which shows seven of the 10 March indicators were up over the previous month.
Jeff Zbar
Jeff Zbar joins Jim Blasingame to report on how his customers are talking to him about business and the pragmatic way people are thinking about investing in reopening.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why Biden’s policies may say they’re designed to create jobs, but the technical fact-checking proves otherwise.
Wayne Crews
Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the regulatory philosophy and policies impacted the economy under these three administrations.
Leo Haviland
Leo Haviland joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the growth of cryptocurrency valuations, and if that is the current inflation implication that will one day assume an unfortunate, multi-faceted manifestation.
Leo Haviland
Leo Haviland joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the impact of government Monopoly money on Wall Street valuations, and the fact that eventually all of this will be reconciled, unlikely in an orderly manner.
Leo Haviland
Leo Haviland joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the future inflationary challenges created today by accommodative Fed monetary policies and the federal government spending trillions more than we have.

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