Where are the Black and brown faces in the Federal Reserve system?
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Also today: Susan Schmidt joins us for a markets discussion on a day when reportedly more than 800,000 jobs were added to private payrolls in December. The pandemic actually helped boost the sports collectibles market – is it poised for repeat business in 2022?
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There wasn't a Black member of the Fed's board of governors until 1966. Part of the problem: too much emphasis on Ivy League economists.
The trading card business has soared during the pandemic. In the future, innovation may help drive growth.