Please enable Javascript to watch this video Henry Blodget dissects a chart featured in a recent blog from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business based on economist Thomas Piketty’s research that shows there has been absolutely no income growth for the bottom half of Americans. One the flip side, Blodget explains the problems this causes […]

Please enable Javascript to watch this video Henry Blodget dissects a chart featured in a recent blog from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business based on economist Thomas Piketty’s research that shows there has been absolutely no income growth for the bottom half of Americans. One the flip side, Blodget explains the problems this causes […]

Please enable Javascript to watch this video This week: High Frequency Economics’ chief economist Carl Weinberg says we don’t have enough workers to get to 3% growth.  Ian Bremmer of the Eurasia Group explains why free trade doesn’t help everyone. Bremmer also explains why jobs in America are disappearing. Henry Blodget shows the most important […]

Please enable Javascript to watch this video This week’s topics include: An interview with Jamie Dimon on how to increase economic growth in the US. The CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management, which has nearly $ 400 million under management, on complacency in the market, the state of the asset management industry and investment opportunities in India. […]

Please enable Javascript to watch this video This week’s topics include: The truth about tax cuts: Do they spur economic growth?  Nasdaq crossed 6,000 this week. A look at what the markets say about the first 100 days of the Trump administration. Nathan Myhrvold, prominent technologist and renaissance man, on his former boss Bill Gates and his […]

LONDON — One of Germany’s most senior central bankers warned against a “race to the bottom” for financial regulation in Europe, fearing that Brexit could spur governments to undo key regulation put in place since the financial crisis. Dr Andreas Dombret, who sits on the executive committee of Germany’s central bank, said at an event […]

The end of 2015 marked UK manufacturing’s lowest point in six years, according to influential trading organisation the Engineering Employers’ Foundation. A slowdown in demand for commodities, as well as a crash in oil prices, were mostly to blame. The EEF has cut its 2016 forecast for UK manufacturing growth from 0.8% to 0.6%. However, a poll […]