In a recent video interview with Jeremy Glaser, Bob Johnson, Director of Economic Analysis at Morningstar shares his opinions on the state of the European, US and Chinese economies.
Here is an excerpt:
Jeremy Glaser: For Morningstar, I'm Jeremy Glaser. One of the dominant themes in the recent past has been the U.S. economy growing faster than Europe and some concerns about a slowing China. But is that growth starting to balance out? I'm here with Bob Johnson, our director of economic analysis, for his look at the data.
Bob, thanks for joining me.
Bob Johnson: Great to be here today.
Glaser: So, let's start in Europe. They've been very aggressive, at least recently, in terms of quantitative-easing programs, in terms of trying to weaken the euro against the dollar. Are there any signs that these policy moves are starting to have an appreciable effect on the European economy?
The rest of the interview can be found at the link below: