Tom Keene and David Gura talk to Adam Posen, the president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, about what we know about Donald Trump’s economic plan. Then, Bob Greifeld, Nasdaq’s CEO, says 2017 will be a year of increased IPOs. Also, George Bory, the head of credit strategy at Wells Fargo, says companies may see a powerful trickle-down from Trump’s economic plan. Finally, Mortimer Singer, the CEO of Marvin Traub Associates, says he’s never seen anything like the way midtown Manhattan retail has been negatively affected by the security around Trump Tower.
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Running time 38:26