For weeks, Wall Street, potential homebuyers and bankers waited cautiously to find out if the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates. The Fed decided not to – at least for a while. And that, of course, raised questions about whether the Fed feels the economy is really as healthy as some believe. So, how healthy is it? We have a conversation about the national and state economy and the factors affecting both.
Tim Quinlan - Economist with Wells Fargo Securities, LLC
Dr. Stephen Billings - Associate Professor of Economics and co-director of the Center for Real Estate, Belk College of Business, UNC Charlotte