Jeremy Siegel’s 2024 Economy Forecast – Wharton Business Daily Interview

In an interview on Wharton Business Daily, Wharton School Professor Emeritus of Finance Jeremy Siegel looks back at 2023 and forecasts the U.S. economy in 2024, making predictions for what we might expect from the Fed, interest rates, the economy, and the labor market in the new year.

Topics and questions covered:
00:00 – Introductions
00:11 – 2023 Economy Recap
1:52 – Economic slowdown in 2024
5:15 – Analyzing the labor market
9:10 – Predicting interest rate cuts
11:38 – How does 2024 fare in economic history?
13:33 – Expectations for the Federal Reserve
15:04 – Dow Jones forecast for 2024

Wharton Business Daily airs Monday-Friday from 10 AM – 12 PM ET on SiriusXM Channel 132, featuring emerging trends, top business leaders & Wharton’s renowned professors. Learn more: http://whr.tn/businessdaily

#useconomy #fed #interestrates #labormarket

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