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Jill Gonzalez, Coronavirus

Which States Are Being Hardest Hit By The Coronavirus?

Jill Gonzalez, of Wallethub.com, offers information on how the coronavirus impact varies significantly from state to state.

Can This Federal Deficit Be Fixed?

Rick Newman has five main ideas on how to eliminate the current federal deficit. Will anyone be willing to pay the piper?
Terry Story, Right Asking Price For A Home

Here’s How To Find The Right Asking Price For Your Home

Terry chats about the Federal Reserve’s plans for interest rates, economic expansions, the challenge of finding the right asking price for a home, and predictions for 2019.
Rick Newman, Trump, Trumponomics, Trump Report Card, Trump Economy Report Card

Grading President Trump’s Performance On The Economy

Columnist Rick Newman reviews the U.S. economy under President Trump and offers analysis on what’s been done and what comes next.
Steve Pomeranz, Fed Rate Hike

Fed Rate Hike Is A Double-Edged Sword… Make The Most Of...

With the Fed rate hike expected to continue into 2019 and beyond, see what you can do to minimize interest expenses and maximize returns on savings and investments.
Norm Champ

Norm Champ Goes Public With His Adventures Inside The SEC – Post...

In his book, Going Public: My Adventures Inside the SEC and How to Prevent the Next Devastating Crisis, Norm Champ discusses what he learned during his SEC tenure.
Richard Barrington, Interest Rates

What Exactly Is Up With Interest Rates These Days?

We explore why interest rates are so low and the best savings account rates being offered today.
Danielle Marceau, Federal Reserve

Does The Federal Reserve Really Know What They’re Doing?

Despite the Federal Reserve's dismal track record for predicting the economy, this expert's highly accurate numbers paint a completely different picture.
Steve Pomeranz, Interest Rates

5 Takeaways On Interest Rates From The Fed

How the gives and takes of the Federal Reserve influence our economy and interest rates, and why it’s in your interest to be interested.
Mohammed El-Erian

Mohamed El-Erian Part I: Volatile Markets Ahead

In 2009, Mohamed El-Erian and his colleagues at PIMCO predicted economic growth would hit a slower “new normal” rate, which he cautions is coming to an end during Part I of his exclusive interview with Steve.

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