Brian Ford of RBC Wealth Management says business will be in holiday mode this week.
WCVE News analyst Jeff Schapiro discusses the latest on the invetigation of former State Senator Philip Puckett, the surreptitious delivery of the budget to the Governor, the hiring of a former Bush lawyer to advise Republicans on the Governor's powers, and more.
Brian Ford of RBC looks at the year in business at the half-way point.
Analyst Jeff Schapiro says Gov. Terry McAuliffe has several options on how to deal with the legislature's budget and the omission of any form of Medicaid expansion, which he favors. And newly minted congressional nominee David Brat so far is not responding to questions.
Andy Foldenauer fills in for Brian Ford with the Monday business news analysis. Uncertainty on Capitol Hill and in Middle East may be felt on Wall Street.
Jeff Schapiro analyzes David Brat's stunning upset of Eric Cantor in a Republican primary and the General Assembly finally passing a budget.
Brian Ford envisions world-wide attention to the World Cup could be a distraction from business activity and notes that gasoline prices this vacation season are no higher than last year.
Analyst Jeff Schapiro says Ed Gillespie is expected to win the Republican nomination to oppose Democratic Senator Mark Warner this weekend, and Republicans in the 7th District and Democrats in the 8th have lively primary contests June 10.
Andy Foldenauer, substituting for Brian Ford, has this week's business and finance analysis. (Due to digital delay, a few seconds of surrounding program may be heard.)
Columnist Jeff Schapiro analyzes Virginia political news for 88.9 WCVE. This week, a way out of the state budget stalemate may have been found. A budget must be adopted by June 30.