How should the U.S. government respond to novel coronavirus’ economic impact?
Across the U.S., concerns over novel coronavirus have governments, businesses and individuals putting normal operations on hold. With events and travel canceled and more people staying home, what is the economic impact likely to be, and how should U.S. policy address it? Judy Woodruff reports and talks to Carl Tannenbaum, executive vice president and chief economist at Northern Trust.
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