A look at the global economy, 10 years after the financial crisis
Sep 5, 2018

A look at the global economy, 10 years after the financial crisis

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(U.S. Edition) Canadian and U.S. officials sat down Wednesday to talk trade and perhaps find solutions to their many – many – differences with a potential NAFTA overhaul looming. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn't giving ground on some key issues. Also, with student debt piling up to $1.4 trillion, Congress is preparing to vote on a bill that requires student borrowers to get financial counseling every year. The counseling can happen online or in-person. Then, we take a look at the form the global economy has taken 10 years since the financial crisis. Today's show is sponsored by Avast (avast.com), Indeed (indeed.com/marketplace) and Navy Federal Credit Union (navyfederal,org/flagship). (09/05/2018)

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The global economy a decade after the financial crisis

Sep 5, 2018
A McKinsey Global Institute report looks at what we learned and the risks we can expect moving forward.
A video board shows the Dow Jones closing above 20,000 for the first time at the New York Stock Exchange on Jan. 25, 2017.
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(U.S. Edition) Canadian and U.S. officials sat down Wednesday to talk trade and perhaps find solutions to their many – many – differences with a potential NAFTA overhaul looming. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t giving ground on some key issues. Also, with student debt piling up to $1.4 trillion, Congress is preparing to vote on a bill that requires student borrowers to get financial counseling every year. The counseling can happen online or in-person. Then, we take a look at the form the global economy has taken 10 years since the financial crisis. Today’s show is sponsored by Avast (avast.com), Indeed (indeed.com/marketplace) and Navy Federal Credit Union (navyfederal,org/flagship). (09/05/2018)

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Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC