The 1920's saw increases in productivity, sales and wages accompanied by a rising demand for consumer products leading to massive profits for businesses and corporations. Some economists think we may be headed that way again. Here's part of the reason why-weekly unemployment claims at their lowest level since the pandemic began and consumer confidence rising, Americans have an estimated $2 trillion in excess savings sitting in bank accounts. Are we ready to spend our way out of the coronavirus recession?
What does it mean to be in the "roaring twenties" FRIDAY 60 MINUTE POLL