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What's working for US economy

CNBC's Steve Liesman deciphers recent economic data and looks at what sectors are working for the U.S. economy.
Source: CNBC.com
Economist view of GDP

CNBC's Steve Liesman discusses whether GDP data north of 3 percent is sufficient to lower the unemployment rate and reduce labor slack.
Source: CNBC.com
Gauging Q3 GDP

CNBC's Steve Liesman; Lindsey Piegza, Sterne Agee, and Jim Iuorio TJM Institutional Services, weigh in on the latest GDP numbers and whether inflation fears are overblown.
Source: CNBC.com
Fed's new chapter as QE ends

CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a look at Fed policy as the central bank ends it third round of bond purchases and interest rates remain at historical lows.
Source: CNBC.com
End of QE tea leaves

CNBC's Steve Liesman and the FM traders analyze today's FOMC meeting and end of quantitative easing.
Source: CNBC.com
Fed's big labor language leap

Austan Goolsbee, University of Chicago professor, looks at how stocks are reacting to the FOMC's statement. CNBC's Steve Liesman, discusses the opportunity Janet Yellen may have missed on labor underutilization.
Source: CNBC.com
Kudlow & Liesman debate QE

Did the Fed get QE right? CNBC's Larry Kudlow and Steve Liesman take opposing views on the FOMC's quantitative easing policy.
Source: CNBC.com
Pisani: Fed statement bullish

CNBC's Bob Pisani and Steve Liesman break down the Fed's policy statement and discuss how it may influence the U.S. economy.
Source: CNBC.com
Post Fed: Euro plunges vs. US dollar

The euro is currently plunging in value versus the U.S. dollar. CNBC's Steve Liesman discusses how this may influence Europe's view of QE.
Source: CNBC.com
Fed becoming hawks?

CNBC's Steve Liesman reacts to the Fed's decision to end quantitative easing, and looks at how the FOMC now views labor markets and its guidance on "considerable time."
Source: CNBC.com