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China Protests Hit U.S. Stocks, NFL Viewing Hits New Record

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Release Date: 11/28/2022

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Apple's manufacturing challenges are just one of the story lines coming out of the recent protests in China.

(0:21) Jason Moser discusses:
- Black Friday's new record of $9 billion spent
- How other retailers are competing with Amazon
- NFL viewing on Thanksgiving Day setting new records

(9:33) Bill Mann discusses:
- Rising unemployment among China's young adults
- How municipalities are "drowning in debt"
- The challenges of sourcing ingredients and manufacturing in China for U.S. companies like Apple and Procter & Gamble

Stocks mentioned: WMT, TGT, KSS, AMZN, ETSY, W, AAPL, SBUX, MCD, PG, YUMC

Host: Chris Hill
Guest: Jason Moser, Bill Mann,
Engineer: Dan Boyd