Diane Swonk in the news
MSNBC’s Ali Velshi came to Grant Thornton’s Diane Swonk for her views on the June Federal Reserve meeting.

Bill Griffeth and Sue Herera interviewed Diane Swonk for the Nightly Business Report after the Federal Reserve meeting finished.

Scott Horsley of NPR’s All Things Considered asked Diane Swonk about slowing growth for new jobs.

The Wall Street Journal checked in with Grant Thornton’s chief economist ahead of the May employment report.

A New York Times special report on manufacturing included insights from Diane Swonk:
“Manufacturing have a trifecta of headwinds in their face: an overhang of inventories, weak global growth and tariffs,” said Diane Swonk, chief economist at the auditing firm Grant Thornton.

Grant Thornton’s Chief Economist told the Washington Post that the Federal Reserve promised “they have got the economy’s back.”

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