Council Of Economic Adviser's Bernstein Talks Inflation, State Of Economy During Recovery 1

Council Of Economic Adviser’s Bernstein Talks Inflation, State Of Economy During Recovery

 

Jobs and retail numbers are climbing as the economy recovers from the pandemic but so are inflation rates. White House Council of Economic Advisers member Jared Bernstein joins Stephanie Ruhle to discuss the state of the economy and how enhanced benefits from President Biden's American Rescue Plan impact the hiring market. Aired on 04/16/2021.
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Council Of Economic Adviser's Bernstein Talks Inflation, State Of Economy During Recovery

31 comments

  1. Love the way his analysis and fresh look. The fact that he didn’t dodged the question. I understand one isolated incident, but I feel is more broader than he sees it in the numbers. Numbers can hide a systemic problem.

    1. So, after Trump and the Republicans have added $ 8 trillion plus in 4 short to our National debt through their utter incompetence you do not think we need to raise taxes?
      You don’t still believe in the Republican LIES that,
      > Tax cuts pay for themselves
      and
      > Tax Cuts create jobs
      do you?
      If you do, please wake up and start living in REALITY!

  2. Do small businesses have a different tax bracket? Can small businesses side up with larger businesses freeing up for new products, brands, and variety? Can big businesses willingly partner up with small businesses? would two brains better than one for both businesses’ expansions???

    1. @Deborah Freedman they need to change unless they want more loopholes to be covered up. The government can make law and/or give tax incentives on that eh…old way of doing business need a revamp.

    1. “I can’t pay them enough to live. If it weren’t for those pesky unemployment benefits, I’d be able to hire them for less!”

  3. So, that woman wants to hire people part-time at minimum wage. How is anyone suppose to survive on that. They must all suffer so SHE can make money. Capitalism at it’s core value.

  4. Of course people don’t want PT work. Employees need to balance their financial needs over poor paying PT jobs.

    Btw: Cut flowers is a waste of money.

  5. the economy, be it strong or not, is in the midst of spiralling inflation, inflation that is exponential at this point…it is about greed and NOT about what the market will bear as this is an illusory concept..

  6. My husband and I make around $75,000 a year. Last year we paid more in taxes than Former President Trump and more than big corporations.Then every year insurance rates go up and we’ve had to pay more taxes several times. I’m also 100% disabled and my monthly check, around $1,200 get taxed every month at

  7. Inflation? That’s why they make money market mutual funds. One can always make money no matter what the state of the economy.

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  9. The international appeal to stop corporations from abusing tax havens to dodge their obligations and pay their fair share for the infrastructure they use more than anyone else is perhaps the most important economic move Biden has made.

  10. Yes, close the loopholes. Trump promised to close loopholes, and just did away with the SALT deductions, that help the middle class.

  11. That’s more of a systemic problem it’s been going on for a long time if people can only afford to live off of subsidies and you can’t afford to pay them then I think the wage inequality has gone far beyond anything but slavery…

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