Jobs only one measure of an economic bounceback

    Jobs aren’t the only economic barometer. Things like home and oil prices need to be considered, and those aren’t doing too well.

    While the U.S. reported 192,000 more jobs in February, factors like the lower home prices and climbing oil rates could slow consumer spending, and, therefore, economic recovery.

    Join host Marty Moss-Coane on Radio Times this morning as she talks about this with Mark Zandi, the chief economist with Moody’s Analytics, and Brian Wesbury, chief economist of First Trust Advisors.

    Listen live at 10 a.m. on Radio Times.

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