Diane Swonk in the news
Grant Thornton’s chief economist Diane Swonk said on CNN that the trade war will affect American consumers during the back-to-school shopping season.

Diane told CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla that overall job numbers are slowing down but the silver lining is that people left on the sidelines are finally getting hired.

Diane told The New York Times that more African-American teens in the labor market means the economic recovery is finally reaching some of those who were left behind.

Ali Velshi asked Diane Swonk about a budget deal, the latest jobs report and the dangers of a trade war.

Diane Swonk of Grant Thornton told Bloomberg TV’s Scarlet Fu that the Fed went too far when it raised rates in December.

The Wall Street Journal
quoted our chief economist Diane Swonk saying “the Fed did a U-turn on rates.”

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