American Economy Liane talks with Owen Ullman, Washington editor for USA Today and editor of the International Economy magazine, about the state of the US economy. Wall Street lost ground again last week, prompting some to speculate that the Federal Reserve might cut interest rates once more, in an effort to spur growth.
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Liane talks with Owen Ullman, Washington editor for USA Today and editor of the International Economy magazine, about the state of the US economy. Wall Street lost ground again last week, prompting some to speculate that the Federal Reserve might cut interest rates once more, in an effort to spur growth.