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9/6/2016 Why the Fed May Still Raise Rates in September
8/7/2015 Could Raising the Fed Rate Spur Consumers to Spend?
7/3/2014 Europe and U.S. Shift Focus to Draghi and Jobs
4/22/2014 Existing Home Sales Reflect Winter Weather
2/19/2014 How Will Investors React to Fed Policy?
8/23/2013 The Fed Will Begin Tapering in September: Wesbury
5/16/2013 Brian was on Bloomberg's "The Hays Advantage" Yesterday to Discuss the Impact of QE on the Markets
3/15/2013 Are We in an Equity Market Bubble?
1/30/2013 First Trust's Wesbury on U.S. Economic Growth
9/26/2012 Brian was on Bloomberg's "In the Loop" with Betty Liu this Morning to Discuss the Housing Market
9/19/2012 Bob Stein was on Bloomberg's "In the Loop" with Betty Liu to Discuss the Latest Housing Data and the Outlook for the Housing Market
8/29/2012 Brian was on Bloomberg's "In the Loop" with Betty Liu Talking About Today's Q2 GDP Report
7/24/2012 Brian was on Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Keene this Morning
2/17/2012 Brian was on Bloomberg Radio this morning with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt and Tom Keene
2/14/2012 Wesbury, Rivlin Debate Obama's Fiscal 2013 Budget
11/29/2011 Stein on Bloomberg discussing U.S. Housing Outlook, Credit Rating
10/5/2011 Brian appeared on Bloomberg TV this morning
7/20/2011 Brian Wesbury talks about housing on Bloomberg


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