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12/6/2018 Brian Wesbury Talks US-China Trade Negotiations on Fox Business
11/30/2018 Brian Wesbury on Fox Business: Trump is Winning the Trade War, China Already Cutting Tariffs
8/13/2018 Will Turkey Trigger the Next Recession?
6/27/2018 Brian Wesbury discusses the potential impact of escalating trade tensions with Neil Cavuto
6/8/2018 Brian Wesbury Talks Tariffs With Stuart Varney on Fox Business
5/29/2018 Brian Wesbury Discusses Italy and US Energy on Fox Business
3/16/2018 Brian Wesbury on Fox Business: Tariffs Need to be Eliminated Entirely
2/15/2018 Stocks even more undervalued after the correction?
11/7/2017 Stealth tax on the wealthy in the GOP tax reform plan?
9/23/2016 What’s the fallout on Clinton’s 65% top estate-tax rate?
5/2/2016 Apple vs The Fed
4/20/2016 Main St vs Wall St on the Economy
12/21/2015 Brian Wesbury's Interview with BNN: Four More Rate Hikes and an Overvalued Buck
8/27/2015 Brian Wesbury discusses why he thinks the market is undervalued
7/21/2015 Gold is Not a Safe Haven
5/13/2015 How about a plan to make sure we never get to the brink?
3/6/2015 Brian Wesbury on Fox Business: All 31 banks pass first round of stress tests
2/19/2015 Brian Wesbury on Fox Business: Impact of a combined West Coast oil, port workers strike
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