1 Big Changes, Unknown Impacts Boulder Economic Forecast Place cover image here Richard Wobbekind Senior Economist and Associate Dean for Business and Government Relations January 17, 2018
2 Real GDP Growth Quarterly Real GDP Percent Change, SAAR Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis and Consensus Forecasts.
3 Economic Growth Percent Change Year Percent Change Fixed Business Investment Personal Consumption Expenditures Year-over-Year Quarterly SAAR Quarterly SAAR Year-over-Year Year Percent Change Year-over-Year Quarterly SAAR Year Percent Change Net Exports Government Spending Exports Imports Year Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis, the National Bureau of Economic Research, and the Business Research Division.
4 Recession 8 Months National Employment Month-over-Month Change, 12-Month Average Thousands, Month-over-Month, 12- Mo Average Recession 18 Months Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics (Seasonally Adjusted), Moody s Analytics, and NBER.
5 Employment Growth by State Year-over-Year November 2017 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics (Seasonally Adjusted).
6 Labor Underutilization Percentage of Labor Force Average U-6 U U-5 8.1% Average U-3 U-3 5.1% 4.1% Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics (Seasonally Adjusted).
7 Labor Force Participation 68.0 Labor Force Participation Rate LFPR LFPR by Age Cohort Historical Peak Current: Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics (Seasonally Adjusted).
8 U.S. Income and Consumption Percent Change 5.0 Real Disposable Income Percent Change 4.0 Real Personal Consumption % % Sources: Consensus Forecasts.
9 Securities Trends Trough of Recession in 2009 to December 2017 Indexed, 2009= NASDAQ Russell 2000 S&P 500 Dow Jones CPI Source: Bloomberg.
10 Household Debt Burden Percent of Disposable Income DSR Debt Service Ratio (L) FOR Financial Obligations Ratio (R) Source: Federal Reserve, Household Debt Service and Obligations Ratios.
11 Consumer Confidence and Retail Sales 1985=100 Consumer Confidence Mountain Annual Percent Change Retail and Food Services Sales United States Sources: Conference Board and National Bureau of Economic Research. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Moody s Analytics, U.S. Census Bureau (Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate).
12 Nominal Corporate Profits and Business Fixed Investment Percent Change Nominal Pre-Tax Corporate Profits 5.8% Percent Change Business Fixed Investment 4.7% Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Consensus Forecasts.
13 ISM Indices ISM Manufacturing Index ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Source: Institute for Supply Management (ISM).
14 National FHFA Home Price Growth Year over Year Q Source: Federal Housing Finance Agency Home Price Index, All Transactions Index.
15 Federal Budget Balance $ Billions ,000 -$734-1,200-1,400-1, Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis, NIPA Table 3.18B, Consensus Forecasts.
16 Interest Rates (Forecast) Percent Year T-Note Month T-Bill Sources: Federal Reserve and Moody s.
17 National Inflation Year-over-Year Percent Change Shelter All items less food and energy All items Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics (SA).
18 Photo courtesy of the University of Colorado. Colorado Population, Employment, and Prices
19 Colorado Employment Growth Jobs Added Thousands ,330 47, Sources: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment and the Colorado Business Economic Outlook Committee.
20 Employment In Current Decade National, State, and Local Percent 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% Greeley Ft. Collins-Loveland Denver Boulder Colorado Colorado Springs National Pueblo Grand Junction 0% -5% Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics (Seasonally Adjusted).
21 Colorado Employment Change 2018 Forecast Employment in Thousands 2,710 2,700 2,690 2,680 2,670 Professional Business Services Trade, Transportation, Utilities Education, Health Services Financial Actvities Construction Leisure and Hospitality Government Total jobs gained: 47,100 Other Manufacturing Mining and Logging Information , ,650 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Employment Statistics (SA).
22 Colorado Wages 2016 Sector Total Employment YoY Employment Growth Wages YoY Wage Growth Mgmt of Companies and Enterprises % $128, % Mining and Logging % $114, % Utilities % $95, % Information % $95, % Professional and Technical Services % $90, % Finance and Insurance % $90, % Wholesale Trade % $79, % Manufacturing % $66, % Construction % $57, % Real Estate and Rental and Leasing % $54, % All Industries 2, % $54, % Government % $53, % Transportation and Warehousing % $53, % Health Care and Social Assistance % $48, % Educational Services % $39, % Administrative and Waste Services % $38, % Other Services % $38, % Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % $36, % Retail Trade % $30, % Accommodation and Food Services % $20, % Sources: Colorado Business Economic Outlook Committee and Bureau of Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.
23 Photo Courtesy Regional Transportation District. Construction
24 Residential Building Permits ,000 Permits 50,000 40,000 Multifamily 43,400 30,000 20,000 10,000 Single Family Source: U.S. Census Bureau.
25 Value of Construction $25 Value in Billions $20 $15 Non-Building Non-Residential Residential $19.2 B $10 $5 $ Source: McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge Research and Analytics.
26 Retail Trade Sales Total and Percentage Change $ Millions, 12-Month Rolling Sum $3,000 Percent Change 10.0 $2,500 $2,000 Net Sales Taxes General Fund Sales Taxes $1, $1,000 $ $ Sources: Colorado Department of Revenue and Colorado Business Economic Outlook Committee.
27 Colorado General Fund $ Millions $14,000 $12,000 $10,000 $8,000 Excise $6,000 $4,000 $2,000 $0 Individual and Corporate Income Sales, Use, and Other Excise Fiscal Years Source: Colorado Office of the State Controller and the Colorado Office of State Planning and Budgeting (December 2017). Note: Excludes revenue transferred to the State Education Fund.
28 Photo courtesy of the University of Colorado. Boulder
29 Real Gross Domestic Product Boulder MSA Millions of Chained 2009 Dollars $25,000 Percentage Change 8.0% $20,000 $15, % $10, % $5,000 $ % Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis.
30 Single Family v. Multifamily Permits Boulder MSA, Year-to-Date through November 2017 Permits 1,800 1,600 1,400 Permits 1,800 1,600 1,400 1,200 1,000 Multifamily Single Family 1,200 1,000-26% % YTD 2017 YTD Source: U.S. Census Bureau.
31 City of Boulder Median Price of Single Family Homes Sold, Number of SF Homes Sold Dollars 900, , , , , ,000 Number of Homes Sold 1, ,000 1, , , , , , , , Source: Boulder Area Realtor Association. *YoY through November Excludes condos and townhomes. 300, YTD Nov YTD Nov. -100
32 Commercial Vacancy Rates: City of Boulder Percent Office Warehouse Flex Retail Source: Newmark Grubb Knight Frank.
33 Boulder County Value of Construction $ Thousands 1,600 1,400 1,200 1,000 Nonbuilding Nonresidential Residential Sources: McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge Research and Analytics YTD Nov YTD Nov.
34 Boulder MSA Employment Thousands YoY +4,100 jobs, 2.2% Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, CES (SA).
35 Boulder County Jobs Added, 5 Years Professional, Scientific, and Technical Health Care Accommodation and Food Services Government Retail Manufacturing Construction Wholesale Other Education Real Estate Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Management of Companies Administrative and Waste Transportation Agriculture Utilities Mining Financial Information -2,000-1, ,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 Source: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, QCEW.
36 Employment Comparison 100% Colorado Rest of Boulder County City of Boulder 90% All Other 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 3% 6% 6% 8% 11% 11% 3% 9% 4% 14% 10% 11% 6% 11% 2% 16% 10% 9% Information Manufacturing Construction Prof., Scientific, and Tech. Accommodations & Food Retail 20% 11% 15% 9% Healthcare 10% 0% 16% 16% 17% Government Source: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, QCEW.
37 City of Boulder Employment Total Employment ~93,000 Government Professional and Technical Services Manufacturing Accommodation and Food Services Health Care and Social Assistance Retail Trade Information Wholesale Trade Finance and Insurance Other Services Administrative and Waste Services Arts, Entertainment and Recreation Educational Services Construction Real Estate and Rental and Leasing All Other 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000 Source: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, QCEW.
38 $ Millions Boulder County Wages Annual Rate (4Q Rolling) $11,000 5-Year Average Growth: 5% $10,000 $9,000 $8,000 $7,000 $6,000 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, QCEW Data Series, NSA.
39 Boulder County Average Wages Annual Rate (4Q) $70,000 $65,000 5-Year Average Growth: 2.4% $60,000 $55,000 $50,000 $45,000 $40,000 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, QCEW Data Series, NSA.
40 Dollars $100, Average Annual Wages Front Range $90,000 $80,000 $70,000 $60,000 $50,000 $40,000 $30,000 $20,000 $10,000 $63,999 Colorado: $56,232 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, QCEW.
41 Sales and Use Tax Collections City of Boulder $ Millions City of Boulder Sales and Use Tax, 12-Month Rolling Sum City of Boulder: -5.0% Longmont: +11.8% Broomfield: +1.8% Colorado: +7.0% Source: City of Boulder.
42 Sales and Use Tax Collections City of Boulder, 12-Month Rolling Sum $ Millions Construction Use -33.8% YTD Consumer and Vehicle Use -14.9% YTD Sales +0.3% YTD Source: City of Boulder.
43 Venture Capital Investment City of Boulder Millions $300 $250 $200 $150 $100 $50 Boulder Quarterly VC Funding Q Deals: Prima-Temp Alpine Start Congruex Jump Cloud Clear Comfort Temp Quest Surna CaliberMind Stateless Alpin $ Source: PwC/NVCA MoneyTree, Boulder County Business Report.
44 Summary Faster GDP growth Slower employment growth Deficit-financed tax cuts Rising interest rates Moderate global growth Higher commodity prices Depreciating dollar Policy Slower state job growth
colorado.edu/business/brd Big Changes, Unknown Impacts Southwest Business Forum Place cover image here Richard Wobbekind Senior Economist and Associate Dean for Business and Government Relations January
Real GDP Growth Quarterly Real GDP Percent Change, SAAR 10.0 8.0 6.0 4.0 2.0 0.0-2.0-4.0-6.0-8.0-10.0 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis
2015 Economic Forecast & Industry Outlook Robert A. Kleinhenz, Ph.D. Chief Economist,, LAEDC October 8, 2014 Outline U.S. Economy California Economy Southern California Economy & Industries Five-Year Outlook
The U.S. Economic Outlook Presented to: Maquiladora Industry Outlook Conference September 29 2006 Presented by: Patrick Newport Principal, U.S. Macroeconomic Service 781-301-9125 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Global Economy: Sustaining Momentum David J. Stockton Senior Fellow Peterson Institute for International Economics Chief Economist Monetary Policy Analytics October 5, 2017 What s Driving the Global
Kevin Thorpe Financial Economist & Principal Cassidy Turley Economic & Commercial Real Estate Outlook Kevin Thorpe, Chief Economist 2012 Another Year Of Modest Improvement 2006Q1 2006Q3 2007Q1 2007Q3 2008Q1
Babson Capital/UNC Charlotte Economic Forecast May 13, 2014 Outline for Today Myths and Realities of this Recovery Positive Economic Signs Negative Economic Signs Outlook for 2014 The Employment Picture
Current Hawaii Economic Conditions Eugene Tian Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism At the PATA/TTRA 2016 Annual Outlook & Economic Forecast Forum February 3, 2016 Positive Signs in the
2016 Mid-Year Economic Update Featuring: Brian Lewandowski, University of Colorado Boulder Jenel Stelton-Holtmeier, Modern Distribution Management Sponsored by: June 14, 2016 Introduction Macroeconomic
Recent Developments in the Canadian Economy: How have the decline in oil prices and a weaker Canadian dollar affected Canada s economy? www.statcan.gc.ca Telling Canada s story in numbers Elizabeth Richards
Economic Outlook March 212 Economic Policy Division Real GDP Outlook Percent Change, Annual Rate 2 1 1 - -1 197 197 198 198 199 199 2 2 21 U.S. GDP Actual and Potential Quarterly, Q1 197 to Q4 211 Real
The Economic Outlook Economic Policy Division Glass Half Full Six plus years of moderate growth Real GDP Outlook Percent Change, Annual Rate 10 5 0-5 -10 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 Glass Half
RBC Economics Financial Update Dawn Desjardins CICA/RBC Q4 2011 Business Monitor Economic Results Overview Business and Economic Optimism Begin to Stablize 100 % 80 % 60 % 40 % 20 % 0 % National Optimism
Nevada County Population Projections 2015 to 2034 Prepared By: Jeff Hardcastle, AICP Nevada State Demographer Nevada Department of Taxation Reno Office: 4600 Kietzke Lane, Building L Suite 235 Reno, NV
The Economic Outlook Economic Policy Division Glass Half Full Six years of steady growth Real GDP Outlook Percent Change, Annual Rate 10 5 0-5 -10 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 Glass Half Full
ECONOMICS I RESEARCH Global economy s strong momentum intact despite elevated level of uncertainty Canada headed for another year of solid growth Dawn Desjardins (Deputy Chief Economist) (416) 974-6919
2018 Annual Economic Forecast Dragas Center for Economic Analysis and Policy PRESENTING SPONSOR EVENT PARTNERS 2 The forecasts and commentary do not constitute an official viewpoint of Old Dominion University,
MUSTAFA MOHATAREM Chief Economist, General Motors INTRODUCTION The U.S. economy continues to grow at a gradual but also erratic pace The current recovery is one of the slowest in the post-wwii U.S. history.
Economic Outlook Peter Rupert Professor and Chair Department of Economics, UCSB Director, UCSB Economic Forecast Project League of California Cities Monterey, CA December 3, 2014 Economic Update economic
11 th Annual Oregon Economic Forum! (almost) Beyond! Macroeconomics Portland, OR! October 16, 2014! Expansion Continues! Five Years and More!! Recession Indicators Nonfarm Payrolls Real Personal Income
Opportunities in a Challenging Global Business Environment: Can the World Avoid a Double-Dip? Ross DeVol Chief Research Officer (310) 570 4615 email@example.com www.milkeninstitute.org Presentation
The Virginia Economy: Labor Markets and Workforce April 4, 2017 Sonya Ravindranath Waddell Regional Economist Research Department The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author. They do
Carol Tomé CFO and Executive Vice President, Corporate Services Financial Overview December 6, 2017 1 Discussion Overview Fiscal 2017 Financial Guidance Our View of the Economy and State of the U.S. Housing
Zions Bank Economic Overview Coldwell Banker Commercial Group November 6, 2017 National Economic Conditions Dow Breaks 23,000 The Trump Bump Dow Reaches New Heights Following U.S. Presidential Election
U.S. Property Market Outlook, 2013Q1 Jim Costello, Managing Director CBRE Americas Research Investment Research CBRE Page 2 Outlook for the Real Side of the Economy Operationally, what do Research Teams
U.S. AUTO INDUSTRY UPDATE Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Automotive Outlook Symposium Emily Kolinski Morris Chief Economist May 2015 NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY VOLUME SUMMARY 13.1 Total North America* (Mils.)
Steel Market Outlook AM/NS Calvert Agenda Economic indicators Key steel consuming markets and forecasted demand Steel consumptions trends Global steel markets and raw materials Comments on trade 1 U.S.
MBA Economic and Mortgage Finance Outlook MBA of Alabama Annual Conference June 7, 2017 Presented by Lynn Fisher Mortgage Bankers Association 1 Summary of the MBA Outlook 2016 2017 2018 2019 GDP Growth
The U.S. Economic Recovery: Why so weak and what should be done? William J. Crowder Ph.D. Weak Recovery? It s no secret that the U.S. economy has still not fully recovered from the financial crisis and
Your Texas Economy Last updated: January 30, 2018 Texas economy strong in 2017 2017 job growth was 2.4% Overview 2015/2016 job growth was much weaker due to the oil bust (1.3% and 1.2%, respectively) 2014
Policy and Economic Analysis Program Rotman School of Management University of Toronto Issues in the Long-Term Economic Outlook for Canada Office of the Chief Actuary Canada Pension Plan Seminar September
The Party Is Over U.S. Automotive Outlooks Yen Chen Senior Research Economist Center for Automotive Research Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Economic Outlook Symposium December 1, 2017 U.S. Light Vehicle
Nitzan / 3270 GPE I I. Capitalism: A Brief History / 1 First Lecture Capitalism: A Brief History Definition Economic system? Private ownership / profit motive / wage labour Beginnings 16 th century: Feudal
2017 PNG Economic Survey Rohan Fox (ANU), Stephen Howes (ANU), Nelson Atip Nema (UPNG), Marcel Schröder (UPNG and ANU) Introduction New government, new plan Short-term challenges: recession, falling government
Demographics, Debt, Dollar and Deflation Is the next Great Reset coming? CMTA Advanced Investment Workshop January 28, 20145 Presented by Douglas C. Robinson RCM Robinson Capital Management LLC SEC Registered
DFW MULTIFAMILY TRENDS & OBSERVATIONS Q2 2017 DALLAS / FORT WORTH The Top US Demand Driven Apartment Market DFW MULTIFAMILY STARTS A HISTORY LESSON!!! The challenge boom or bust perception vs recent history
Understanding the Unemployment Picture Dr. Christopher Waller Senior Vice President and Director of fresearch Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis By David Andolfatto and Marcela Williams A Look at Unemployment
Trade Growth - Fundamental Driver of Port Operations and Development Strategies Marine Terminal Management Training Program October 15, 2007 Long Beach, CA Paul Bingham Global Insight, Inc. 1 Agenda Economic
Regional Economic Conditions Jason Bram, Research Officer Community Advisory Group Meeting June 27, 2017 The views expressed here are those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent those of the
Small Business Dynamics and Job Creation Or Small Business Numbers, Pretty Pictures and Not So Pretty Pictures Brian Headd Office of Advocacy U.S. Small Business Administration Employers 8,000,000 7,500,000
INDUSTRY OVERVIEW BOB WELLS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS & PUBLIC AFFAIRS Forward Looking Statement The presentations today will contain certain forward looking statements," as defined
Economic Analysis of the Saratoga Race Course Prepared By: HR&A Advisors, Inc. 99 Hudson Street, Third Floor New York NY 10013 Prepared for: Saratoga County Industrial Development Agency October 2011 Economic
Global Outlook for Agriculture Trend versus Cycle Michael Swanson Ph.D. Wells Fargo October 2017 Everything is connected we just don t see how. Connection corollary: Nothing natural moves in a straight
Steel: A Buyer s Market for the Worst of Reasons John Anton Director, IHS Global Insight Steel Service August 2009 The U.S. Recession Is Bottoming Out This recession has been the most severe of the postwar
Farm Sector Income & Finances 2016 Outlook By Ryan Kuhns and Kevin Patrick March 16, 2016 Background The Economic Research Service forecasts the farm sector s income statement and balance sheet Last released
Distributional National Accounts: Methods and Estimates for the United States Thomas Piketty (PSE) Emmanuel Saez (UC Berkeley) Gabriel Zucman (UC Berkeley) November 2016 There is a large disconnect today
Dick Vos Senior Manager Research & Strategy! House prices now falling at fastest rate since early 1990s House prices will fall 7% in 'uncertain' market IMF warns on global house prices House prices Through
2005/06 BUDGET DIGEST Ministry of Finance United Republic of Tanzania TABLE OF CONTENTS No. List of Charts/Tables Page No. 1 Annual Growth in Real GDP 1 2 Trend in Real Agricultural Output 1 3 Trend in
Commodity Market Outlook: Corn, Forage, Wheat & Cattle Stephen R. Koontz Professor & extension economist Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics Colorado State University Stephen.Koontz@ColoState.Edu
Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership Demographic Report October 2014 BAHEP Region Represented by 17 Zip Codes Population Trend 1990 to 2014 329,091 406,765 477,733 506,123 7,376 new residents each year
EFFECTS OF EXTENDING AND EXPANDING ENERGY-EFFICIENCY TAX DEDUCTION FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS Prepared by Regional Economic Models, Inc. (REMI) Agenda Overview of 179D tax provision Energy efficiency and
2017 International Economic Outlook Everett Grant Research Economist Globalization & Monetary Policy Institute Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas October 2017 The views expressed are those of the author and
The Economic Benefits of the Precision Dance Industry Inspired by the Kilgore College Rangerettes THE PERRYMAN GROUP 510 N. Valley Mills Dr. Suite 300 Waco, TX 76710 ph. 254.751.9595 fax 254.751.7855 firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Creation Survey, 4 th Quarter 2015 and 1 st Quarter 2016 Summary Finding and Selected Tables National Bureau of Statistics June, 2016. Summary Findings and Tables of the Quarterly Job Creation 4 th
THE PHILIPPINE ECONOMY: Recent Performance and Long-Term Outlook Undersecretary Rolando G. Tungpalan 17 February 2016 Favorable Macroeconomic Trends The Philippines has been on a higher growth trajectory
Presentation to the Isle of Wight County Board of Supervisors Growth Trends in Hampton Roads Hampton Roads Planning District Commission Greg Grootendorst Chief Economist September 19, 2014 Looking to 2040
Economic Impact of the Coachella Valley Golf Industry A study prepared for: Presented by: Acknowledgements The Hi-Lo Desert Golf Course Superintendents Association would like to acknowledge the California
2000 Census Census Data 200 Census Change 2000 to 200 SUBJECT Number Percent SUBJECT Number Percent Number Percent TOTAL POPULATION 437 TOTAL POPULATION 246-9 -43.7 White 283 64.8 White 65 67. -8-4.7 Black
Overview of the Philippines Action Plan for AEC 2015 Emmanuel F. Esguerra Deputy Director-General National Economic and Development Authority Marriot Hotel, Newport City 8 October 2014 Outline AEC 2015
Centre de référence en agriculture et agroalimentaire du Québec April 21, 2015 2015 2016 economic and financial outlook François Dupuis Vice-President and Chief Economist Desjardins Group Cooperating in
The TRUTH IN NUMBERS Rennie Group 1 November 2017 Andrew Ramlo, VP Market Intelligence email@example.com Ryan Berlin, Senior Economist firstname.lastname@example.org Demographic 2016 The People Growth & Change 100
Airlines, the economy and air transport demand Brian Pearce, Chief Economist, IATA www.iata.org/economics Airline Industry Economics Advisory Workshop 2016 1 Returns for airlines investors lower this year;
Energy Outlook Global and Domestic Trends and Challenges Dr. John Caldwell Director of Economics, EEI 1 World GDP Growth Other Economies are Outpacing the U.S. Other, 7996.16, 11% Africa, 3962.51, 6% Latin
REGIONAL ECONOMIC BRIEFING Recent Developments in the U.S. Manufacturing Industry Kevin L. Kliesen Business Economist and Research Officer September 7, 2017 1 Disclaimer The views we will express today
Great Depressions of the Twentieth Century Project Timothy J. Kehoe and Edward C. Prescott www.greatdepressionsbook.com Cole and Ohanian, The Great Depression in the United States from a Neoclassical Perspective,
Southwest Ohio Regional Economy in Context Richard Stock, PhD. Business Research Group State of the Metro Area (in January Each Year) Total Employment has slowly increased in the last three years after
Growth, Innovation, and the Future of the Arizona Economy Michael Crow Arizona State University December 21, 2016 Billions Arizona Gross Domestic Product, 2005-2016 $280 $275 $270 $265 $260 $255 $250 $245
The end of the macroeconomic adjustment? Economic Department Political stress and Government Yield Curve Yield Curve - Brazil 0#DIJ: Yield 15,8 15,655 15,655 15,6 15,4 YC; 0#DIJ:; Trade Price; Realtime;
Lodging Market Update Valley Hotel and Resort Association April 13, 2016 Presented by: Robert Hayward United States Lodging Market 63.7% 59.8% 58.9% 59.2% 61.3% 63.1% 63.3% 63.1% 60.3% 55.1% 57.5% 59.9%
The U.S. & World Economy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Michael Strauss Chief Economist and Chief Investment Strategist Commonfund October 16, 2012 The U.S. & World Economy: The Good, the Bad, and the
Iowa Land Values Wendong Zhang Assistant Professor of Economics and Extension Economist email@example.com 515-294-2536 2017 U.S. Bank Ag Summit, Ames, IA, January 10 th, 2017 The new Mike Duffy 30 29
The 2001 Economic Benefits of Hunting, Fishing and Wildlife Watching in MISSOURI Prepared by: Southwick Associates, Inc. PO Box 6435 Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 Ph (904) 277-9765 Fax (904) 261-1145 Email:
THE ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION FROM HORSES ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION FROM HORSES HIGHLIGHTS The horse industry contributes more than $19 billion annually to the Canadian economy On-farm activities with horses generate
Integration of Sustainable Development on Long Island s Coastal Industries 1 Sheng Li, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Richard Vogel (email@example.com) Nanda Viswanathan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Technology of Speed Meets the Speed of Technology Info.email@example.com 408.916.7620 209.628.5654 Speed of Technology - Motor & Technology Center of Excellence From the Beauty and Sophistication of the
Situational Analysis (Final) City of Kawartha Lakes Office of Economic Development April-17 Table of Contents Kawartha Lakes at a Glance... - 1 - Statistical Highlights... - 3 - Demographics Analysis...
THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF RECREATIONAL SALTWATER FISHING ON THE LOUISIANA ECONOMY By Loren C. Scott & Associates, Inc. 743 Woodview Court Baton Rouge, LA 70810 225-751-1707 firstname.lastname@example.org for The Coastal
Gas Well Deliquification Workshop Denver, Colorado February, 2009 Energy, Economy and Policy: A Glimpse at the 21 st Century Scott W. Tinker Bureau of Economic Geology Jackson School of Geosciences The