On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner explains the positive and negative contributors to GDP growth in the first half of 2013.
On today’s Morning Joe, which was broadcast from a Ford plant in Detroit, Steven Rattner discusses trends in the auto industry sales, jobs and wages over the last few years.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses the steady decline of the newspaper industry over time, as well as the rise of online and mobile news platforms, illustrated in the charts below.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses the jobs gap, falling median incomes and declining household wealth in the context of the President Obama’s ongoing economic tour.
Originally published in Esquire Magazine, August 2013 issue The famed financier — President Obama’s car czar and the manager of Michael Bloomberg’s billions — answers your everyday money questions Do I need a financial advisor? Financial advisors are generally brokers … Continue reading
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner examines the British betting market’s reaction to and the potential economic impact of the royal birth.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses the value of the Fed’s stimulus program in the context of a weak economic recovery, as well as downward trends in startup and small business growth. Click here to see the video.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses the growing number of bonds purchased by the Fed in its efforts to stimulate the economy. He shows how markets have reacted to Ben Bernanke’s pronouncements that the Fed will begin tapering down … Continue reading
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses recent jobs growth trend given imminent release of new jobs created in May 2013. He also explains how long it will take to recover to the lowest unemployment level pre-crisis as well as … Continue reading
On Thursday’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses recent stock market performance. He compares performance under recent Presidents and contextualizes current valuations relative to the dot com years and the run-up to the credit crisis. Click here for the video.