On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner explains Russia’s importance in world energy markets and why some countries, particularly in Europe, are wary of tough energy sanctions or other escalations of the crisis in Ukraine. Click here for charts.
On Sunday’s This Week, Steven Rattner argued that the so-called manufacturing revival is more imaginary than real. See full video below.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner provides some context and possible explanations for the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. Click here for charts.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner explains Friday’s confusing jobs report. For charts, click here.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner dispels the myth of the manufacturing renaissance. Click here for charts.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses why it’s important to extend federal unemployment benefits: the long-term unemployment rate remains elevated compared to past recessions, millions of people rely on unemployment insurance and will be pushed into poverty, and the … Continue reading
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discusses his ‘best of 2013′ charts: the economic winners and losers, the much-hyped yet ultimately tiny budget deal, and Obamacare’s main goal that has been lost in the website debacle – to help the … Continue reading
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner shows Alan Krueger’s famous Great Gatsby curve to explain how the U.S. lags behind several European countries in terms of both income inequality and income mobility. He also shows that even within the U.S., … Continue reading
On Sunday’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Steven Rattner joins the powerhouse roundtable to discuss the new NSA surveillance report, the latest in Obamacare, and the controversy over Duck Dynasty.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner shows that the inflation adjusted federal minimum wage is lower today than it was in the 1960s and 1970s. But while the federal government seems paralyzed on this issue, a few states have begun … Continue reading