Listen: United States, Federal Reserve, Gretchen Whitmer discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer says conservation is key consumers energy has asked that everyone in the lower peninsula. Turn our thermostats down to sixty five degrees. Four lasts from now until Friday at noon. Today's weather. We'll be brutal again today, but temperatures tomorrow are expected to start rising. Stocks finished sharply higher after the Federal Reserve signalled could hold off an interest rate increases in the coming months. Fed chairman Jerome Powell eased. Some investor concerns by using the word patients when describing future interest rate increases, we are now facing a somewhat contradictory picture of generally strong, US macroeconomic performance alongside growing evidence of cross-currents at such times. Commonsense risk management suggests patiently awaiting greater clarity announcement attitude. Early gains as traders welcomed positive results in outlooks from several big companies, including Boeing lawmakers have introduced legislation to limit the president's power to Levy import tariffs for national security reasons. The bills facing an uncertain future. But underscore bipartisan concerns on Capitol Hill over the rising costs of the Trump administration's trade policies. The bills would require Trump to have congressional approval before taking treat actions like tariffs and quotas. The US last year slap duties on aluminum and steel from other countries drawing criticism from lawmakers who support for. Free trade and complaints arising supply chain costs across business sectors. What do you do when your season comes to an excruciating end? If you're saints coach on Peyton you act like most of us would I would say honestly after the game."