Economic Update - Good Morning Greater Spokane - May 10, 2013

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Steve Scranton, Chief Investment Officer at Washington Trust Bank, gave an economic update presentation at the Good Morning Greater Spokane program on May 10, 2013.

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Economic Update - Good Morning Greater Spokane - May 10, 2013

  1. 1. Good Morning GreaterSpokaneEconomic UpdateSteve Scranton, CFAChief Investment OfficerWashington Trust Bank
  2. 2. Why Continued Slow EconomicGrowth?-10-8-6-4-20246Jan-08Jan-09Jan-10Jan-11Jan-12Jan-13Real Gross Domestic Product(GDP Annualized Change from Preceding Quarter)
  3. 3. Slow Wage Growth Has Led To…-3.00%-2.00%-1.00%0.00%1.00%2.00%3.00%4.00%5.00%6.00%Mar-07Jun-07Sep-07Dec-07Mar-08Jun-08Sep-08Dec-08Mar-09Jun-09Sep-09Dec-09Mar-10Jun-10Sep-10Dec-10Mar-11Jun-11Sep-11Dec-11Mar-12Jun-12Sep-12Dec-12Mar-13Year-Over-Year Real Wage Growth
  4. 4. …Drawing Down Savings, Which HasLed To……0123456789Dec-2007Feb-2008Apr-2008Jun-2008Aug-2008Oct-2008Dec-2008Feb-2009Apr-2009Jun-2009Aug-2009Oct-2009Dec-2009Feb-2010Apr-2010Jun-2010Aug-2010Oct-2010Dec-2010Feb-2011Apr-2011Jun-2011Aug-2011Oct-2011Dec-2011Feb-2012Apr-2012Jun-2012Aug-2012Oct-2012Dec-2012Feb-2013Personal Savings Rate
  5. 5. …Slower Consumer Spending-20.00%-15.00%-10.00%-5.00%0.00%5.00%10.00%15.00%Dec-07Feb-08Apr-08Jun-08Aug-08Oct-08Dec-08Feb-09Apr-09Jun-09Aug-09Oct-09Dec-09Feb-10Apr-10Jun-10Aug-10Oct-10Dec-10Feb-11Apr-11Jun-11Aug-11Oct-11Dec-11Feb-12Apr-12Jun-12Aug-12Oct-12Dec-12Feb-13Retail SalesYOY Change
  6. 6. Employment is Slowly Recovering…124000126000128000130000132000134000136000138000140000Jan-2007Mar-2007May-2007Jul-2007Sep-2007Nov-2007Jan-2008Mar-2008May-2008Jul-2008Sep-2008Nov-2008Jan-2009Mar-2009May-2009Jul-2009Sep-2009Nov-2009Jan-2010Mar-2010May-2010Jul-2010Sep-2010Nov-2010Jan-2011Mar-2011May-2011Jul-2011Sep-2011Nov-2011Jan-2012Mar-2012May-2012Jul-2012Sep-2012Nov-2012Jan-2013Mar-2013U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls
  7. 7. …But Fewer Citizens Have Jobs61.56262.56363.56464.56565.56666.567Jan-07Mar-07May-07Jul-07Sep-07Nov-07Jan-08Mar-08May-08Jul-08Sep-08Nov-08Jan-09Mar-09May-09Jul-09Sep-09Nov-09Jan-10Mar-10May-10Jul-10Sep-10Nov-10Jan-11Mar-11May-11Jul-11Sep-11Nov-11Jan-12Mar-12May-12Jul-12Sep-12Nov-12Jan-13Mar-13Labor Participation Rate
  8. 8. The Myth of The Baby BoomersCausing the Drop in the Labor Force0500010000150002000025000300003500040000(000s)MonthChange in Civilian Labor Force16-17 18-19 20-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55+
  9. 9. Focus on Jobs Creation
  10. 10. Spokane Does Not NecessarilyReflect the U.S.
  11. 11. Consumer Spending is Trending Up….-15.00%-10.00%-5.00%0.00%5.00%10.00%15.00%Spokane YOY GrowthRetail Sales
  12. 12. …Because Our Wage Mix Has Changed• Job losses since 2011Category Average Salary– Retail trade $27,537– Leisure/hospitality $16,101– Doug Tweedy, Labor Economist, Employment Security Department, State of Washington
  13. 13. Our Wage Mix Has Changed• Job gains since 2011Category Average Salary– Financial Service $60,883– Professional, Scientific and Tech $49,378– Manufacturing $48,601– Health Care $44,022– Doug Tweedy, Labor Economist, Employment Security Department, State of Washington
  14. 14. Jobs Creation is Still the Challenge185.0190.0195.0200.0205.0210.0215.0220.0225.0Jan-07Mar-07May-07Jul-07Sep-07Nov-07Jan-08Mar-08May-08Jul-08Sep-08Nov-08Jan-09Mar-09May-09Jul-09Sep-09Nov-09Jan-10Mar-10May-10Jul-10Sep-10Nov-10Jan-11Mar-11May-11Jul-11Sep-11Nov-11Jan-12Mar-12May-12Jul-12Sep-12Nov-12Jan-13Mar-13Spokane Non-Farm Payroll
  15. 15. Conclusions• Expect 1-3% economic growth to continue• Expect low interest rates to continue untileconomy strengthens or inflation movesabove 2.5%• Avoid “Puget Sound” envy!

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