60 Minutes Reports on “Chairman Powell”, “A Hole in the System” & “The Mismatch” on February 4 2024

In an upcoming episode of “60 Minutes,” set to air on Sunday, February 4, 2024, from 7:00 to 8:00 PM ET/PT on the CBS Television Network, viewers will be treated to an array of investigative reports that delve into topics of national and economic interest.

Chairman Powell

In the aftermath of the Federal Reserve’s recent announcement to maintain current interest rates, correspondent Scott Pelley secures an exclusive interview with Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell in Washington, D.C. Powell shares valuable insights into the risks associated with inflation and its effects on the economy. He discusses the potential timeline for adjusting interest rates, evaluates the financial health of the nation’s banks, and addresses a spectrum of other crucial financial matters. This interview promises to provide clarity on the economic decisions that impact us all. Henry Schuster is the producer responsible for this illuminating segment.

A Hole in the System

Next, “A Hole in the System” takes viewers to the southern border of the United States, where correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi sheds light on a significant and rapidly growing demographic among migrants: individuals from China. Through interviews with these migrants, Alfonsi reveals how they embark on a 7,000-mile journey, guided by instructions found on TikTok, to reach a 4-foot gap in the border fence in the California desert, seeking asylum. This report, produced by Guy Campanile, promises to offer a unique perspective on the complexities of migration and border security.

The Mismatch

The final segment, “The Mismatch,” delves into the intersection of technology and sports betting. Correspondent Jon Wertheim investigates the sports betting boom, facilitated by advancements in technology, and its implications for sports fans, betting companies, and the predominantly young male demographic engaged in this form of gambling. Through this examination, produced by David M. Levine, viewers will gain insight into the cultural and economic impact of sports betting in today’s digital age.


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Ryan is a passionate follower of true crime television programs, reporting on and providing in-depth investigations on mysteries in the criminal world.

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