On this Nicolet Wealth Management Podcast episode, Mike Steppe and Adam Longlais discuss:
- What are the implications of the new employment report?
- Why are oil prices trading with such a high level of volatility?
- What is your outlook on Chinese equities?
- Did the change in the Speaker of the House impact the financial markets.
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