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Global Economic Outlook for 2019

2018 has been a strong year in the U.S. economy as unemployment dipped down to 3.7% and wages have been slowly improving. However, the U.S. is in a trade war with China, the national debt has risen sharply and we are long overdue for a recession. What does this mean for 2019? Host Dan Loney talks with Bart Van Ark, Chief Economist and Vice President of The Conference Board, about the projections in their new report on the Global Economic Outlook for 2019.