By Greg Hunter’s Former Fed insider Danielle DiMartino Booth is not optimistic for a prosperous New Year in 2019. DiMartino Booth explains, “We could easily see a very sharp decline in the first quarter in economic output. We have had a lot of companies and firms do what we

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