The US economy: confusing

"Zanny, how would you describe an economy – the American economy – where people when you talk to them they complain about the increased cost of gasoline, the scarcity on food shelves of some items, on the cost of meat and chicken, things like that. And yet when you ask them, ‘yeah, but how are you doing personally,’ they say, ‘well, personally, I'm doing okay.’ How do you explain the economy, that kind of an economy?,” asks Morning Joe contributor Mike Barnicle of The Economist editor-in-chief Zanny Minton Beddoes, who joins the panel to discuss the “confusing" state of the U.S. economy and what might happen next.



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