Shutdown Countdown, Thawing Tensions, and Consumer Baggage 11/13/23
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We’re days away from a government shutdown, and that could put Thanksgiving travel in jeopardy, but we’ll look at why some analysts are more positive a deal will happen now. Plus, a lot has happened since the last time Chinese President Xi was in the U.S., but the tone from China toward American companies seems to be shifting. We’ll dig into what that means for the market, and who else could benefit. And we’ve got the debut of a new real-time gauge of how the consumer is really doing.
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