The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, July 14, 2019

In this episode: (1) Kristina Hooper,  Invesco, Chief Global Markets Strategist, takes us on a look back at the first half of 2019 and sheds some light on what we might expect from markets the remainder of the year, (2)  BREAKING NEWS: Department of Labor secretary Acosta resigns. What’s the impact to benefit regulation and who may replace him?, (3) Atlas Shrugged: Employees striking for climate change, (4) Ranking the states for retirement, (5) Blended retirement: the challenges of military spouses and their families, (6) Amazon is now offering new skills training to its employees, (7) a closer look at the #FIRE movement – will they actually stop working? and, (8),the California Consumer Privacy Act’s impact on employee benefits.

Featuring the expert analysis of: Grant Sabatier, Oliver Renick, Kevin Kelly, Jacob Passy, Alessandra Malito, Natalie Walters, Daniel Kline, Devin Banerjee, CFA, Kevin Walsh, David Levine, Rebecca Maxcy, Lydia Ramsey and Tara Falcone.

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