America’s Post-Election Economy

The unprecedented victory of President-elect Donald Trump has left many people wondering how his administration might affect the U.S. economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average last week topped 19,000 for the first time. The Federal Reserve appears ready to again raise interest rates. And retailers, as always, are hoping for a holiday season boon.

Joining host Phil Ponce for a look at the economy and stock markets are Diane Swonk of DS Economics and Patricia Cutilletta of The Cutilletta Group.


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