[MarketWatch] - Economic issues loomed large during Florida's primary. How did Florida's high unemployment and foreclosure rate affect the race? WSJ's David Wessel joins Alan Murray on Campaign Journal to discuss.
[JustLuxe.com] - David Wessel of the Wall Street Journal wrote in a column on December 29, 2011, that for the past year and a half, the US economy has been caught in a tug-of-war. “On one side is the economy's natural resilience," he wisely writes, "and on the other
[MarketWatch] - Economics Editor for WSJ David Wessel reports on Campaign Journal. (Photo: Getty Images) Apple's high-growth phase is behind it and the struggles of the retail market are starting to impair this once seemingly unbreakable giant.
[NPR] - David Wessel, economics editor of The Wall Street Journal, talks to Renee Montagne about what the data means for the anemic global economy. Let's look now at another side of the economy: manufacturing. The Federal Reserve yesterday said American
[Wall Street Journal (blog)] - By David Wessel One of the biggest questions hanging over the US economy now is how much more deleveraging — a big word for paying off (or walking away) from debts — Americans will do before they begin borrowing and spending again. No one really knows.