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JP Goes Hard, Nouriel Roubini Sells Out & Head Bobbing
Episode 19314th November 2023 • The Higher Standard • Chris Naghibi & Saied Omar
00:00:00 01:16:33

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This show, like Saied's jumper 15 years ago is "moist." The boys start off acknowledging there is a noticeable hum in Haroon's microphone. We apologize for the technical glitch. Jerome Powell finally proves he is about that life. Sadly, Chris, Saied and Haroon are horrified at one of their favorite economists selling out in the most hypocritical way possible. And, if that wasn't bad enough, Planet Fitness is raising prices so that you can get your Tootsie Roll and pizza treatments. This economy is out of control! Someone ring the "lunk" alarm things are getting out of control.

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Federal Reserve ‘Won’t Hesitate’ To Raise Rates Again If Necessary, Powell Says (Forbes)

Jerome Powell says to “Close the fucking door.” when climate protests interrupted his speech today (Wall Street Bets via Instagram)

Right Now Is a Bad Time to Spend Money (Wall Street Journal)

Crypto Critic Nouriel Roubini is Launching a Token (Yahoo! Finance)

Never Mind the 1%. Mini-Millionaires Are Where Wealth Is Growing Fastest (Wall Street Journal)

CHART OF THE DAY: Inflation will hit the Fed's 2% target by April and keep falling, analyst says (Business Insider)

Beloved fitness brand may have very bad news for customers (The Street)

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