RECORD GOVERNMENT DEBT & LOW TO NEGATIVE INTEREST RATES CHALLENGE GLOBAL FINANCIAL STABILITY

May 10, 2019

Two economic thought leaders assess the still challenged stability of the global financial system.

WEALTHTRACK Episode #1547; Originally Broadcast on May 10, 2019

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JOHN LIPSKY

NICK SARGEN

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FED UNDER PRESSURE

One of President Trump’s many targets for criticism is the Federal Reserve. The White House wants the Fed to cut interest rates to stimulate the economy. Economic thought leaders, John Lipsky and Nick Sargen weigh in on the administration’s very public lobbying effort.


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