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The 2012 NABE Annual Meeting will convene October 13-16, 2012 in the heart of the New York City's financial district. The 54th NABE Annual Meeting will focus on the critical interdependencies which link the financial system to economic activity and U.S. businesses to the global economy.
Attendees will hear from an array of notable speakers including Sheila Bair, 19th Chairperson of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation; William C. Dudley, President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Roger Ferguson, President and CEO, TIAA-CREF; and Gene Sperling (right), Director, National Economic Council. Registration is now available. Register by October 10 and save $100 off the onsite rate!
NABE will again host a debate among the economic advisers to the presidential candidates on Monday, September 24 at the Press Club in Washington, DC from 2:30-4:00pm. The event will be free to all NABE Members. Click here for more information. Registration will be available soon.
The 2012 ISCE brings together leading employers from the business, government, nonprofit and consulting sectors with outstanding candidates from top Masters-level economics programs and members of the National Association for Business Economics. The Economics Career Summit is a collaboration of Boston University, Columbia University, Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, New York University and the National Association for Business Economics (NABE). Click here for more information.
Designed to aid economic forecasting, the Time-Series Analysis and Forecasting Certificate Program presents advanced statistical techniques, modeling and applications. The course is for analysts seeking to develop or hone their econometric forecasting skills. This program will be offered at the Houston Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Register before October 1, 2012 and SAVE!
The survey results suggest worsening economic conditions through increased flatness in sales and profit margins, less upward pressure on employment, weakening optimism concerning real GDP growth, and rising concerns about the impact of the European crisis. Members can read the full survey and download the data here. There is a summary available to the public.
You spoke. We listened. You told us you just can't put a price tag on NABE webinars. And now, we no longer will! Effective immediately, NABE webinars and teleconferences will be free to all members in good standing. NABE roundtables and survey committees conduct nearly 40 webinars and teleconferences each year on a wide-range of topics. Now, all of this content will be available to you as a benefit of your NABE membership. Enjoy!
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Pending Home Sale Index
FRB of Dallas Texas Survey
Chicago Fed MMI
WP/ABC Consumer Confidence
S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index
Conference Board Consumer Confidence
FRB Richmond Manuf. Survey
FRB Richmond Services Survey
Mortgage Bankers Assoc. Applications
EIA Week in Petroleum
GDP Q2 2nd est
FRB Beige Book
Fed Balance Sheet
Initial Jobless Claims
Personal Income and Outlays
ECRI Weekly Leading Index