Consumer doing just fine, despite global economy: Expert

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CNBC’s “Fast Money Halftime Report” team discusses what could happen if a U.S.-China trade deal falls apart and whether stocks could still see an inflection point.

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Comments

Dee Van says:

THEY REALLY BELIEVE THAT PEOPLE DONT KNOW ITS CENTRAL BANKS PROPING UP THE MARKET AND NOT CONSUMERS.

raz ram says:

who cares about the stocks, the real economy is horrible with massive debt, how can you call a trillion dollar deficit a good economy. The consumer is not fine, they are in huge debt and spending will greatly slow down, what is she smoking

Peter K says:

What planet are these people on?

Pete Mac says:

How are any of these pathetic liars still taken seriously? Another joke of a man speaking for the masses of people struggling and racking up debt.

DillBaby10 says:

Cheap gas is the only thing propping this bubble debt ridden
Economy

koko bowers says:

Stop lying! The economy isn’t good and us little people don’t feel confident with wages are OK.

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