Politics and the U.S. Economy
Event date: February 28
Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; program from 6 – 7:30 p.m
Donovan Pavilion | Vail
The impact of politics on the economy in the United States is undeniable. From “Reaganomics” to trackable peaks and dips of the stock market that accompany tweets, our country’s economic successes or downturns are inextricably linked to what is happening in the White House and on Capitol Hill.
In this special fireside chat with Richard Bard, former Vice Chairman of the FDIC Thomas Hoenig will delve into the economic ramifications from the 2018 election, tax law changes, debt and spending issues, the impact of foreign policy as it relates to tariffs and NAFTA and other topics, delivering real-time insight on these important issues.