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39th Annual Economic Forecast Conference<br />
2011 FORECAST: A LOOK AHEAD <br />Moderator:<br />Emory Thomas Jr., Puget Sound Business Journal<br />Panelists:<br /><ul>...
Mike Dueker, Russell Investments
Dick Conway, Puget Sound Economic Forecaster</li></ul>www.enterpriseSeattle.org<br />
PROGRESS, FOR NOW<br />Ken Goldstein<br />WWW.CONFERENCE-BOARD.ORG<br />
Overview:<br />Recovery Has Some Momentum<br />Ditto Global Economy  - Even In Euro-Zone<br />     (4.2% in 2011, 4.5% in ...
Global Economy Coming Back<br />Source: IMF, The Conference Board<br />
The Changing Make Up Of The Work Force<br />Note: younger  = from 16 to 24, older = 55 and over<br />Source: BLS, Statisti...
In All Regions – Even The Euro-Zone<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: The Conference Board<br />
Iffy Prospects For Service Sector Jobs<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: TNS, NFO, The Conference ...
Dimmer Prospects For Incomes<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: TNS, The Conference Board<br />
Housing Still a Drag<br />West<br />Source: Freddie Mac, The Conference Board<br />
Progress, For Now<br />
Price Split<br />Source: Department of Energy, The Conference Board<br />
Wealth destruction phase Cresting<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: The Conference Board<br />
Euro Premium Drowning In Greece<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: FRB, The Conference Board<br />
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39th Annual Economic Forecast Conference, Thursday, January 13, 2011 (Seattle, WA).

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  1. 1. 39th Annual Economic Forecast Conference<br />
  2. 2. 2011 FORECAST: A LOOK AHEAD <br />Moderator:<br />Emory Thomas Jr., Puget Sound Business Journal<br />Panelists:<br /><ul><li>Ken Goldstein, The Conference Board
  3. 3. Mike Dueker, Russell Investments
  4. 4. Dick Conway, Puget Sound Economic Forecaster</li></ul>www.enterpriseSeattle.org<br />
  5. 5. PROGRESS, FOR NOW<br />Ken Goldstein<br />WWW.CONFERENCE-BOARD.ORG<br />
  6. 6. Overview:<br />Recovery Has Some Momentum<br />Ditto Global Economy - Even In Euro-Zone<br /> (4.2% in 2011, 4.5% in 2012)<br />Food + Energy + Commodity Prices: Rising<br />Housing Still A Drag<br />Currency Speculation<br />
  7. 7. Global Economy Coming Back<br />Source: IMF, The Conference Board<br />
  8. 8. The Changing Make Up Of The Work Force<br />Note: younger = from 16 to 24, older = 55 and over<br />Source: BLS, Statistics Bureau (Japan), The Conference Board<br />
  9. 9. In All Regions – Even The Euro-Zone<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: The Conference Board<br />
  10. 10. Iffy Prospects For Service Sector Jobs<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: TNS, NFO, The Conference Board<br />
  11. 11. Dimmer Prospects For Incomes<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: TNS, The Conference Board<br />
  12. 12. Housing Still a Drag<br />West<br />Source: Freddie Mac, The Conference Board<br />
  13. 13. Progress, For Now<br />
  14. 14. Price Split<br />Source: Department of Energy, The Conference Board<br />
  15. 15. Wealth destruction phase Cresting<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: The Conference Board<br />
  16. 16. Euro Premium Drowning In Greece<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: FRB, The Conference Board<br />
  17. 17. In A Panicky World – Flight To Safety<br />Note: Shaded areas represent recessions<br />Source: FRB, The Conference Board<br />
  18. 18. Investment Constrained<br />Source: SBA, The Conference Board<br />
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