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Listen: Extra Credit: Who Runs The Growth? Women!

This week, S&P Dow Jones Indices' Managing Director and head of U.S. Equities, Jodie Gunzberg, S&P Global Ratings' Chief U.S. economist, Beth Ann Bovino, and Senior Director, Lisa Schroeer discuss S&P Global Ratings' research that shows how increasing the number of women in the workforce could boost GDP growth and add close to $6 trillion to global market capitalization in 10 years.

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