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Economy: Stock Market / China Trade / A Discussion #1140319

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 14, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The attack by President Trump of the Fed chairman Jerome Powell after the stock market drop over fears of a recession & the "inverted yield curve", the great claims from the administration about the economy with Trump agreeing to delay tariffs on China until the Christmas shopping season discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Washington Post" columnist Catherine Rampell & "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman on the economy, Trump & the 2020 campaign. [HABERMAN - offers views on how Trump views the stock market as his "poll", how there is no plan in place when Trump tweets about the economy.] [RAMPELL@- offers views on the indications from treasury bond percentages indicating a recession coming, how an economic expansion can get killed, but the White House does not have a plan, on the people advising the president.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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