Charlie Brennan – Monday, March 10th – Dawn Chapman on Bridgeton Landfill; Dr. Richard Saul on ADHD; STL Zoo’s Bob Merz on Effects of Cold Weather on Bugs; and Market Analyst Al Goldman on State of the Markets
Charlie and Debbie talk with Bridgeton Landfill Activist Dawn Chapman; Charlie talks with Dr. Richard Saul, author of “ADHD Does Not Exist”; with STL Zoo’s Bob Merz about the effects of the cold winter on area bugs; and with Market Analyst Al Goldman about the state of the markets.
In the most recent beige book report, recent economic growth in the St. Louis area is considered “moderate to average.”
The latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor statistics show prices are going up for food, gas, rent and clothes.
A monthly economic survey shows businesses looking forward to steady growth for the next six months.
Ruth Sergenian, director of economic research for the RCGA, found that each postseason game will inject roughly $5.3 million into the local economy, in both direct and secondary spending.
A new study shows the University of Missouri’s move to the Southeastern Conference increased the effects of MU athletics on the local economy.
Perry’s expected to tout his state’s business-friendly environment in an address to supporters of an effort to override Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of an income tax cut.
The ads are airing a week before Perry is scheduled to speak at a Missouri Chamber of Commerce luncheon and attend an evening event hosted by groups backing a veto override of HB 253, the tax cut bill.
The Motor City’s meltdown has Slay’s attention but he says he’s not taking a look at any changes to fiscal policy based on what happened in Detroit.
Missouri’s Republican Senator Roy Blunt says President Obama’s speeches, in Missouri and Illinois, focusing on the economy are not reality.