Jul 30, 2019
Joseph Brusuelas, chief economist at RSM, said that the domestic economy is far from falling into a recession, but he noted that the manufacturing sector in the U.S. is nearing a recession and manufacturing globally is already there. 'It seems silly to me,' Bruselas said, 'to think that what is happening in the global economy won't happen in the United States,' which is why expects extended Fed rate cuts to help stave off sowing global conditions through at least the end of next year. Also on the show, Brent Schutte, chief investment strategist at Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management, said he hopes the Fed will take a bigger-tna-expected step this week because it's necesary to hold off building inflationary pressures. Plus, Chuck has the Weird Financial News and we revisit a recent chat with Ted Rossman of CreditCards.com.