Ungated Post | 10 Nov 2020

Yahoo! Finance Live: Oxford Economics’ Gregory Daco on what a Biden win means for the U.S. economy

Gregory Daco, Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics joins Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi and Myles Udland from Yahoo! Finance Live to discuss what a Biden win means for the U.S. economy. 

In addition to discussing what news of the Pfizer vaccine means for the U.S. economy, Gregory Daco also covers GDP forecast, unemployment rates, as well as other key indicators to watch under a Biden administration. 

Watch and listen to the video interview below:

Oxford Economics’ Gregory Daco on what a Biden win means for the U.S. economy

Oxford Economics’ Chief U.S. Economist Gregory Daco joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss what news of the Pfizer vaccine means for the U.S. economy, and the key indicators to watch under a Biden administration. JULIE HYMAN: Well, let’s now turn to the economy and talk about the implications of this news, but, also, of course, the election.

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