‘I’m much more optimistic about 2022’


Count former U.S. Treasurer Rosie Rios among the experts who sees brighter days ahead for the U.S. economy. If she’s right, it could mean good news for businesses and shoppers.

“I’m much more optimistic about 2022 than I was about 2021,” Rios, who served in that role as part of the Obama Administration from 2009 to 2016, tells CNBC Make It.

A host of issues stemming from the pandemic — including labor shortages, supply chain disruptions and rising inflation — hampered economic growth in 2021, and Rios admits that continued uncertainty around Covid-19, and variants like delta and omicron, could always throw the country’s economy off course yet again. 

“The pandemic is still, obviously,…


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