Why China Matters to the World Economy, and Why It Doesn't
A slowing China will have a profound impact, but it isn't the be-all and end-all to the health of the global economy, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
Jeremy Glaser: For Morningstar, I'm Jeremy Glaser. The U.S. stock market and global stock markets continue to be incredibly volatile as issues in China are under the microscope. I'm here with Bob Johnson--he is our director of economic analysis--for why China matters, why it doesn't, who are some of the winners and losers, and if the market is overreacting.
Bob, thanks for joining today.