Wintrust Business Lunch 5/28/21: Economics, microchip shortages, and the reopening of theaters!

Wintrust Business Lunch

TOPSHOT – Closed Chicago Theatre is seen in Chicago, Illinois, on March 21, 2020. – Almost one billion people were confined to their homes worldwide Saturday as the global coronavirus death toll topped 12,000 and US states rolled out stay-at-home measures already imposed across swathes of Europe. More than a third of Americans were adjusting to life in various phases of virtual lockdown — including in the US’s three biggest cities of New York, Los Angeles and Chicago — with more states expected to ramp up restrictions. (Photo by KAMIL KRZACZYNSKI / AFP) (Photo by KAMIL KRZACZYNSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

Segment 1: Mark Hamrick Washington Borough and Senior Economic analyst at

Mark tells us all about bank rate numbers and mortgages.

Segment 2: Mark Hamrick: continued

Segment 3: Dale Buss veteran financial journalist. He shares his take on the absence of microchips and shortages.

Segment 4: Deb Clapp Executive Director of The League of Chicago Theatres come on to tell us about the reopening of some theatres.

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