Businesses Have Less Pricing Power Right Now, Dallas Fed President Says
Published July 14, 2017
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    Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan says businesses have far less pricing power right now and to expect wage pressures to mount in the months ahead. Prior to that, Kate Moore, BlackRock's chief equity strategist, says we should feel confident about the sustainability of the market. Megan Murphy, editor of Bloomberg Businessweek, discusses Lloyd Blankfein's banking resiliency. Kenneth Leon, a bank analyst at CFRA, says Wells Fargo is a "super-regional bank" rather than a diversified global bank. Finally, Thomas Coburn, a former senator from Oklahoma, says health care won't get fixed in Washington.
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