Wesbury’s View of the Current Economy & 2023 Outlook: Part 3

Lauren Smith |

Here’s part 3 of our series on the economy with Brian Wesbury.

There’s a lot of news about inflation and recession nowadays, but what’s truly happening to the market, why is it happening, and what does it mean for 2023?  I recently sat down with Brian Wesbury, Chief Economist at First Trust Portfolios, to discuss these questions and more. In this multi-part series, we’ll explore everything you need to be aware of as we approach the end of the fiscal year and the start of a new one. If you missed the first two parts of the series, you can find them here.

Feel free to watch the full message above, or use these timestamps that will direct you to various points in the video:

0:00 — Picking up from where we left off: Money supply

2:05 — Commodity producers are going to do well

2:29 — How the Fed is responding

4:58 — The Fed is paying banks

6:04 — Brian’s energy outlook

9:00 — Wrapping up

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out! You can call or email me anytime. Also, make sure to follow Brian Wesbury on Twitter: @Wesbury

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