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Category: Economy: Nation, Global

Sam Norwood
The economy is chugging along quite nicely, and Sam joins Jim to explain why your small business should be thinking positive about it.
Steve Forbes
On the ninth anniversary of the Small Business Advocate Show, Steve talks about the recent Congressional elections and what that development will mean for small businesses. Plus, they talk about some of the global political issues that the United Nations is working on, such as global warming.
Sam Norwood
Sam talks with Jim about what his partners are saying about the current and future economy. The news is good. They also weave into their conversation the impact that a Democrat controlled Congress could have on the economy.
Bill Brandt
Bill and Jim have a little bit of a debate about the condition of the economy, and what Bill thinks will happen with the 2006 Congressional elections.
Bill Dunkelberg
Jim and Bill discuss what the FED will do with interest rates in their next meeting and what the economy looks like for small business owners.
Rick Pinion
Rick shares with Jim what small business owners revealed about the economy in the most recent Tatum business conditions survey.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill and Jim talk about the most recent survey Bill has conducted about what small business owners are saying about the current economy.
Ray Keating
Ray joins Jim to talk about the economy and how the Fed is doing as it attempts to manage it.
Sam Norwood
Sam talks with Jim about his recent survey of economic conditions. This month the news is not great, as the economy softens a little. The most negative economic news is a weakening housing industry, but the good news is that employment remains strong.
Donald Boudreaux
Don and Jim talk about how the Fed has been managing the economy, how the economy is doing, and Don's thoughts on his hometown of New Orleans one year after Katrina.

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