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U.S.-China Trade War's Global Impact Grows U.S.-China Trade War's Global Impact Grows
Thu, September, 5, 2019
The Wall Street Journal's Ruth Simon breaks down how the U.S.-China trade war is beginning to impact the globe.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 03, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 03, 2019
Tue, September, 3, 2019
Hurricane Dorian turns deadly as it heads toward Florida, Republicans grow anxious about the Trump economy, and as many evacuate for Dorian, a 'hurricane bar' caters to those who stay.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 27, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 27, 2019
Tue, August, 27, 2019
Judge rules against Johnson & Johnson in landmark opioid case in Oklahoma, President Trump gambles that China trade war will pay off in 2020, and 8-year-old boy consoles crying classmate with autism on first day of school.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 26, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 26, 2019
Mon, August, 26, 2019
The President says China wants to negotiate, Ex-Congressman Joe Walsh begins Republican campaign against Trump, and parents are spending thousands decorating their children's college dorm rooms.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 22, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 22, 2019
Thu, August, 22, 2019
Trump administration flips on tax cuts, White House now in favor of background checks, and budget mistakes you're probably making.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 21, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 21, 2019
Wed, August, 21, 2019
President Trump weighs options on the economy, where are gas prices headed for Labor Day, and vaping for the first time can damage blood vessels.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 15, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 15, 2019
Thu, August, 15, 2019
Dow sheds 800 in biggest drop of the year, Jeffrey Epstein autopsy report finds broken bones in neck, and the right job can help you pay down your student loans.
America's Highest Minimum Wage Sparks Fight in Small California City America's Highest Minimum Wage Sparks Fight in Small California City
Mon, August, 5, 2019
Time to move to Emeryville, California? Jim Carlton of the WSJ details the city with the country's highest minimum wage, and the national economic debate that is now coming along with it.
The July jobs report is only one part of a broader economic slowdown The July jobs report is only one part of a broader economic slowdown
Mon, August, 5, 2019
Mark Hamrick of Bankrate tells us which sectors are adding jobs, which are suffering, and how other factors are accounting for a slowdown of the nation's economy.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 5, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 5, 2019
Mon, August, 5, 2019
The nation reels from two mass shootings in one weekend, warning signs for a possible economic slowdown and the Army soldier hailed as a hero in El Paso.
2020 Democrats veer further left in bid to discredit Trump's strong economy 2020 Democrats veer further left in bid to discredit Trump's strong economy
Wed, July, 24, 2019
2020 Democrats are attacking Wall Street and the banks as they push to the left. S.A. Miller from the Washington Times has the story.
What does a slowdown in hiring mean for the economy? What does a slowdown in hiring mean for the economy?
Mon, March, 11, 2019
Should the latest jobs report worry you about the state of the economy? Bankrate's Mark Hamrick goes beyond the numbers.
Small Businesses Are Waving the Caution Flag Small Businesses Are Waving the Caution Flag
Wed, February, 6, 2019
Ruth Simon from The Wall Street Journal explores a growing concern about the economy felt by small businesses across the country.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 27, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 27, 2018
Thu, December, 27, 2018
President Trump pays a surprise visit to troops in Iraq, why the stock market surged over 1000 points and how you can pay off your debt before you retire.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 26, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 26, 2018
Wed, December, 26, 2018
Trump stands firm despite market rout, the financial steps to take now in a shakier economy and the baseball prospect who paid his parents back for their sacrifice in a touching way.
The Melting Away of GM Motors The Melting Away of GM Motors
Thu, December, 6, 2018
Economist Peter Morici looks at GM Motors' bleak future after enduring another round of layoffs.
Alaska's Economy Finally Starts To Thaw Alaska's Economy Finally Starts To Thaw
Fri, November, 2, 2018
Jim Carlton of The Wall Street Journal says that all signs finally point to Alaska getting out of recession next year.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 2, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 2, 2018
Fri, November, 2, 2018
"Operation Faithful Patriot" is said to be underway at the border, homeowners are staying put for longer than ever and why airline tickets should be more like sports tickets.
U.S. Workers See Fastest Wage Increase in a Decade U.S. Workers See Fastest Wage Increase in a Decade
Thu, November, 1, 2018
Good news, U.S. workers: Your wages and benefits are growing, and the trend isn't expected to stop anytime soon. Heather Long from The Washington Post has more.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 1, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 1, 2018
Thu, November, 1, 2018
Trump calls for up to 15,000 troops to beef up the border, U.S. workers see sizable wage increases and the stores vying for a piece of the leftover Toys R' Us pie.
Voters Focus on Economy, Health Care and Immigration in Midterms Voters Focus on Economy, Health Care and Immigration in Midterms
Wed, September, 5, 2018
Wall Street Journal reporter Andrew Duehren details the issues on voters' minds as we approach the midterm elections.
Both political parties are rejecting capitalism Both political parties are rejecting capitalism
Mon, August, 20, 2018
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance explains that both Democrats and Republicans are now lurching toward anti-capitalist statism, with the main difference being how the government should control the economy.
Maybe It's Time to Change Jobs Maybe It's Time to Change Jobs
Wed, August, 8, 2018
Listen as the University of Maryland's Peter Morici tells Jennifer Kushinka that with an unemployment rate below 4 percent, the time has not been better in decades to improve your circumstances by looking for a better job.
U.S. Increasingly Large Driver of Global Trade Deficits, IMF Reports U.S. Increasingly Large Driver of Global Trade Deficits, IMF Reports
Thu, July, 26, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun tells Gordon how a new IMF report shows the U.S. remained by far the largest driver of global current-account imbalances in 2017.
Americans are finally making progress paying back their debts Americans are finally making progress paying back their debts
Fri, July, 13, 2018
Maria LaMagna from MarketWatch explains why more people are able to pay back their loans and credit card debts on time.