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This Morning with Gordon Deal June 20, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 20, 2022
Mon, June, 20, 2022
Heat wave to shift east after posing dangerous conditions in the Plains, what is a recession and are we in one, and he's a 'proud dad' to 3 million people.
What could another Fed rate hike mean for the economy? What could another Fed rate hike mean for the economy?
Tue, June, 14, 2022
Bankrate's Mark Hamrick describes the changes a federal rate would bring to the American economy.
The economy and markets have that year 2000 feeling The economy and markets have that year 2000 feeling
Tue, May, 17, 2022
The year 2000 could hold some insights into the current economy. Neil Irwin from Axios takes us behind the headline.
Americans are stuck in an age of scarcity, and they don't like it Americans are stuck in an age of scarcity, and they don't like it
Wed, May, 11, 2022
When will we be able to find the goods we need? Heather Long from the Washington Post has the latest about how gloomy Americans are about the economy.
Efforts to decimate Russian economy threaten to boomerang Efforts to decimate Russian economy threaten to boomerang
Tue, March, 8, 2022
The Hill's Sylvan Lane explains why efforts to cripple the Russian economy could have serious consequences here.
The Missing Pay Raises The Missing Pay Raises
Mon, August, 9, 2021
Average hourly wages continue to rise, but they're not really having a positive impact on workers' wallets. Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance explains the other trends that are canceling out rising wages.
Delta Variant Isn't Expected to Dent Robust U.S. Recovery Delta Variant Isn't Expected to Dent Robust U.S. Recovery
Thu, July, 22, 2021
Eric Morath from the Wall Street Journal shares the outlook from economists on the continuing recovery as the Delta variant spreads.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 30, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 30, 2021
Fri, April, 30, 2021
Religious festival stampede in Israel kills 44, President Biden bets he can remake the economy without any negative side effects, and North Carolina 12-year-old graduating high school, college in same week.
Things Are Looking Up for the U.S. Economy Things Are Looking Up for the U.S. Economy
Fri, February, 5, 2021
Myles Udland from Yahoo! Finance takes a look at recent data indicating that the U.S. economy is performing than expected with more reasons to be hopeful for the future.
Why People Love to Hate Robinhood Why People Love to Hate Robinhood
Fri, February, 5, 2021
As the stock trading app Robinhood prepares to go public, Felix Salmon from Axios dives into the reasons why people love to hate it.
Why Many Bosses Won't Require Workers to Get the Vaccine Why Many Bosses Won't Require Workers to Get the Vaccine
Mon, December, 28, 2020
Chip Cutter from The Wall Street Journal looks at how employers plan to convince workers to get the vaccine without mandating it.
The Next Stimulus Deal Will Be Even Harder to Get The Next Stimulus Deal Will Be Even Harder to Get
Mon, December, 28, 2020
President Trump has signed the latest pandemic relief bill, but economists say it won't be enough. And after that package took eight months to negotiate, Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance shares why the next relief bill, which would come after Joe Biden's inauguration, will be even more difficult to get.
The $300 Extra in Weekly Unemployment Benefits Is a Win-Win The $300 Extra in Weekly Unemployment Benefits Is a Win-Win
Mon, December, 28, 2020
Elisabeth Buchwald from MarketWatch explains why some experts say the $300 extra in weekly unemployment benefits is the right amount to help both the economy and jobless Americans.
How a Pasta Dinner and Zoom Chats Rescued Congress' $900 Billion Pandemic Relief Bill How a Pasta Dinner and Zoom Chats Rescued Congress' $900 Billion Pandemic Relief Bill
Wed, December, 23, 2020
Nicholas Wu from USA Today shares the inside story of how a bipartisan congressional group rescued the pandemic relief bill with a pasta dinner, Zoom chats, and compromise.
Brewers, Restaurants, Federal Workers Set for Tax Wins in Congressional Deal Brewers, Restaurants, Federal Workers Set for Tax Wins in Congressional Deal
Tue, December, 22, 2020
Richard Rubin from The Wall Street Journal breaks down the tax numbers in Congress' latest budget deal and looks at who serves to benefit from the agreement.
In the Pandemic Economy, Laid-Off Employees Become New Entrepreneurs In the Pandemic Economy, Laid-Off Employees Become New Entrepreneurs
Tue, December, 1, 2020
Kim Mackrael from The Wall Street Journal tells the story of laid-off employees, like personal trainers and hairstylists, who have reinvented themselves by launching their own small businesses.
What does a Biden presidency mean for business and the economy? What does a Biden presidency mean for business and the economy?
Tue, November, 10, 2020
Economist Peter Morici gives us a look at what the Biden presidency could mean for the economy.
The Covid Economy Carves Deep Divide Between Haves and Have-Nots The Covid Economy Carves Deep Divide Between Haves and Have-Nots
Tue, October, 6, 2020
Eric Morath from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss the divide caused by the covid economy.
Voters Expect the Economy to Get Worse by Election Day Voters Expect the Economy to Get Worse by Election Day
Fri, August, 21, 2020
Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance shares findings from a recent Yahoo Finance-Harris poll, in which voters expressed general pessimism about the next few months.
U.S. Jobless Claims Rise to 1.1 Million in Latest Week U.S. Jobless Claims Rise to 1.1 Million in Latest Week
Fri, August, 21, 2020
Mark Hamrick from Bankrate evaluates the state of unemployment across the country after the latest labor report shows jobless claims are rising once again.
How the New FICO Calculation Can Help You Borrow How the New FICO Calculation Can Help You Borrow
Mon, July, 6, 2020
Credit expert Paul Oster delves into the new calculation of your FICO credit score and how it can help you borrow money.
A Recovery That Started Out Like a 'V' Is Changing Shape A Recovery That Started Out Like a 'V' Is Changing Shape
Mon, July, 6, 2020
The economy experienced a steady recovery from mid-April to mid-June, but that progress has stalled over the last few weeks. Greg Ip from the Wall Street Journal analyzes the economy's "reverse square root" shape.
Send $500 Billion to the States Now Send $500 Billion to the States Now
Tue, June, 9, 2020
Peter Morici from the University of Maryland joins Gordon Deal with a look at how the government should be propping up the economy.
The U.S. Economic Slide Is Likely Bottoming Out, but a Recovery Could Take Years The U.S. Economic Slide Is Likely Bottoming Out, but a Recovery Could Take Years
Mon, June, 8, 2020
The surprisingly positive May jobs report is an encouraging sign as America recovers, but fully climbing out of the COVID-19 recession will likely take years. Heather Long from The Washington Post shares the big-picture outlook for the economy.
What Can We Make of the Surprising May Jobs Report? What Can We Make of the Surprising May Jobs Report?
Mon, June, 8, 2020
Charles Gasparino from Fox Business Network analyzes the optimistic May jobs report and projects forward into the summer.