Is the Stock Market Really that Disconnected from the Economy?

This week, Tyler Goodspeed, the acting chairman and Vice Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, joined ahead of jobs day to react to the new consumer data. Arpit Gupta, assistant professor of finance at the New York University Stern School of Business, came on to talk about his new data showing how the pandemic is exasperated existing economic inequality in New York City and making economic mobility even more difficult. Then a What'd You Miss debate tackling one of the biggest cliches of 2020: there is no connection between the stock market and the economy. Nathan Tankus, research director of the Modern Money Network and publisher of the newsletter "Notes on the Crises" joined to put the adage to the test and explain why he thinks there is less disconnect than people think. Then Bloomberg Opinion columnist Nir Kaissar came on to offer the other side of the debate and explain why the idea is a cliche for a good reason.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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