Will Turmoil Abroad Affect U.S. Economic Growth?

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 Israeli tanks change positions near the Israeli-Gaza border on July 23, 2014 near Kfar Aza, Israel. As operation 'Protective Edge ' enters its 16th day, 29 Israeli soldiers have been killed and over

Some investors are worried that fighting in the Middle East and the stalemate between Russia and the west could threaten the U.S. economy. This week on Money Talking, regular contributors Joe Nocera from the New York Times and Rana Foroohar from Time magazine discuss how these and other events happening abroad could affect U.S. economic growth. Plus, inversions. More U.S. corporations are rushing to "invert," or incorporate in another country with lower tax rates. Money Talking discusses whether this spate of inversions could inspire Congress to change the tax code.