On Tuesday, Wall Street recouped some of Monday’s record losses, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average regaining 1,000 points in apparent reaction to the prospect of a major economic stimulus package. How would that help Americans reeling from the pandemic? Harvard University economist Jason Furman, who worked for the Obama administration after the financial crisis, discusses with Judy Woodruff.
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