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Rural America is Stranded in the Dial-Up Age Rural America is Stranded in the Dial-Up Age
Mon, June, 19, 2017
Rural America is having trouble joining the modern economy. The Wall Street Journal's Jennifer Levitz has the story.
Trump's grade on the economy drifts up to B+ Trump's grade on the economy drifts up to B+
Mon, June, 12, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance breaks down President Trump's grade no the economy.
Jobs growth slows in the Spring. What does it mean? Jobs growth slows in the Spring. What does it mean?
Mon, June, 5, 2017
Bankrate.com 's Mark Hamrick has more on the disappointing May jobs report, and what it means for growth moving forward.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 05, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 05, 2017
Mon, June, 5, 2017
Islamic State Claims London Attack, 14 arrested as the many extremes of Portland collide in protest, and the No. 1 job in America for getting a pay raise.
Can Trump Deliver 3% Growth? Stubborn Realities Stand in the Way Can Trump Deliver 3% Growth? Stubborn Realities Stand in the Way
Wed, May, 17, 2017
Can President Trump deliver 3% growth? Nick Timiraos from the Wall Street Journal explains what stands in the way.
Economic Gauges Rise Under Trump, but Some Question Their Longevity Economic Gauges Rise Under Trump, but Some Question Their Longevity
Mon, May, 1, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun has a look at some of the questions surrounding Trump's economy.
POLL: Politics is the #1 Threat to the Economy POLL: Politics is the #1 Threat to the Economy
Tue, April, 25, 2017
Mark Hamrick from Bankrate.com breaks down what American's think is the biggest threat to the economy.
Has the movement to raise the Minimum Wage reached its limit? Has the movement to raise the Minimum Wage reached its limit?
Mon, April, 10, 2017
Wall Street Journal Economics reporter Eric Morath says many small towns across the country are pumping the brakes on raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. He joins us with more.
Beyond the art of the individual deal Beyond the art of the individual deal
Wed, March, 8, 2017
University of Maryland Economist Peter Morici joins us to discuss whether President Trump is delivering on his economic promises made on the campaign trail.
Trump's plan to declare victory on the economy Trump's plan to declare victory on the economy
Mon, February, 27, 2017
Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance breaks down Trump's plan to declare victory on the economy.
The End of Employees The End of Employees
Tue, February, 7, 2017
Is the gig economy bad for workers? Lauren Weber from the Wall Street Journal has a look.
How Could a 20% Tariff on Mexican Goods Impact the U.S. Economy? How Could a 20% Tariff on Mexican Goods Impact the U.S. Economy?
Fri, January, 27, 2017
Leonard Raskin from Raskin Global joins us live to break down the effects a 20-percent tax on Mexican goods would have on the American economy.
Three Things to Tackle Now Before the Economy's Next Slump Three Things to Tackle Now Before the Economy's Next Slump
Tue, January, 17, 2017
David Wessel from Brookings Institution explains what needs to change before the economy's next slump.
10 People You Might Be Tipping This Season, But Shouldn't 10 People You Might Be Tipping This Season, But Shouldn't
Tue, December, 27, 2016
MarketWatch's Catey Hill on who you should and shouldn't tip and why.
Everything You Wanted To Know About Holiday Gift Returns Everything You Wanted To Know About Holiday Gift Returns
Tue, December, 27, 2016
Consumer advocate Christopher Elliot gives insight into how to navigate holiday gift returns.
How to gauge whether Trump's economic plan succeeds How to gauge whether Trump's economic plan succeeds
Mon, November, 21, 2016
Rick Newman from Yahoo! News breaks down how to gauge whether Trump's economic plan succeeds.
Workers Want Stability More Than Flexibility Workers Want Stability More Than Flexibility
Mon, October, 24, 2016
MarketWatch's Catey Hill explains why 9 to 5 isn't so bad in the eyes of many workers.
Americans say election outcome is economy's biggest threat Americans say election outcome is economy's biggest threat
Wed, September, 14, 2016
Greg McBride from Bankrate breaks down what Americans feel is the biggest threat to the U.S. economy.
Stock Valuations Flash a Warning Sign Stock Valuations Flash a Warning Sign
Tue, August, 16, 2016
Despite the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq all hitting record highs, Wall Street Journal Columnist Steven Russolillo says the rise in stock valuations tends to hurt, not help investors.
What a strong employment report means for the economy What a strong employment report means for the economy
Mon, August, 8, 2016
Mark Hamrick from Bankrate.com explains what a strong employment report means for the economy.
Don't believe the Obama, Clinton economic spin. Today's America is no paradise Don't believe the Obama, Clinton economic spin. Today's America is no paradise
Thu, June, 2, 2016
University of Maryland's Peter Morici takes President Obama to task over his economic spin.
Economic Scars Help Explain Bizarre 2016 race Economic Scars Help Explain Bizarre 2016 race
Wed, June, 1, 2016
Economic Scars from the most recent recession have had an impact on the 2016 election race. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has more.
No, Bill Clinton Does Not No, Bill Clinton Does Not "Know How" To Fix The Economy
Mon, May, 23, 2016
Hillary Clinton says she will put her husband in charge of revitalizing the economy should she win in November, but Ben Casselman from FiveThirtyEight.com joins us to explain why Bill Clinton may not be such a great candidate for the job.
Is Life Better Than It Was Decades Ago? For Some Voters, Probably Not Is Life Better Than It Was Decades Ago? For Some Voters, Probably Not
Wed, April, 13, 2016
Is life better than it was decades ago? The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun has the story.
In Assessing the Economy's Strength, Politics Is a Rising Worry In Assessing the Economy's Strength, Politics Is a Rising Worry
Wed, April, 13, 2016
Neil King from the Wall Street Journal explains why political rhetoric is causing a rising worry about the economy.