Your move, Federal Reserve
Listen now
Today is the eve of Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s speech, where he’s expected to lay out the current economic landscape and offer hints as to what the Fed might do with it in a couple of weeks. For more, we talk with Karen Petrou of Federal Financial Analytics. The BBC examines China’s renewed focus on vaccines as it deals with uproar over its zero-COVID restrictions.
More Episodes
The most recent issue of the Logistics Managers Index, an industry gauge of retail inventories, showed that sellers expanded their stocks in January. That suggests that consumer demand is remaining strong and that supply chains are sorting themselves out, all good signs for the economy. We spoke...
Published 02/08/23
Austerity, or government measures to cut spending in times of economic crisis, has a long history of being used to suppress the labor force, argues a new book called “The Capital Order.” We speak to the author, Clara Mattei, an economics professor at the New School for Social Research. And,...
Published 02/08/23
Published 02/08/23