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Economic Forecast for 2021 and 2022 edited - Shared screen with speaker view
Carol Meade
38:47
Good playing Dr. Williams. Thanks for the intro.
Carol Meade
39:04
yes
Tonika Bruce
39:08
Well done! Thank you
Carol Meade
44:13
Not sure why I am not seeing anything
Robert Gay
53:42
We had a recession in Q1 and Q2 in 2020.
John Pisula
59:52
Most GOP states did great as they opened up quickly. Is it the autos for MI doing well?
David Deviney
01:07:36
Sorry to have to leave early. Great stuff Dr. Williams. I look forward to learning more.
Robert Gay
01:10:27
Almost like Japan's lost decade.
John Pisula
01:11:37
I agree about staying low, especially w people coming back to workforce participation.
Carol Meade
01:20:48
everything excrpt salary is going up
John Pisula
01:22:45
More conservative! No kidding. I do think a bit is transitory but the energy costs are more concerning.
Robert Gay
01:25:18
Anything below 5 to 6 percent unemployment is considered the NAIRU, right?
John Pisula
01:25:23
Have to disagree w you on the GDP! 3.5-4 is best to bring all demographic sectors up.
Carol Meade
01:29:20
yes, I moved from MD
robert Baggs
01:30:01
Oh, well. I moved from FL to NV
Jaqueline Figueiro
01:35:38
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!
Carol Meade
01:36:08
thank you Dr. Williams.
Tonika Bruce
01:36:19
Thank you. Have a great day everyone
John Pisula
01:40:20
MMT is going to be a killer!
Jalane Meloun
01:45:15
Thanks for another informative lecture!
Cheryl Lopez
01:45:55
Thank you for the session
Peter Carbone
01:45:59
Thank you!
Carol Meade
01:46:41
good night
Caraiosa Williamson
01:46:43
Caraiosa Williamson - cw1459@nova.edu
robert Baggs
01:47:37
Thanks. I liked the stories and ideas that flowed around the lecture.