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General Session (Onsite and Online)

CU2305. Economic Outlook

Dr. Eyler provides a forecast of the US economy, with headwinds and tailwinds, starting with global issues down through how some states may be more affected than others by recent changes in interest rates and labor markets toward 2025 and beyond. With another president election coming in 2024 and geopolitical issues across the world, there are fiscal, economic and social costs and benefits yet to unfold. How will current forecasts change and in what ways? How will interest rates evolve given the latest data and forecasts and also different political and economic settings? How will credit unions and their members changes as a result, and what are credit unions facing as challenges and opportunities? Dr. Eyler shares his insights on labor markets, lending conditions and broader challenges and opportunities toward the next decade.

Learning Objectives:

  • Determine headwinds and tailwinds coming in the US and Global Economy
  • Identify short- and long-term issues for labor, housing and financial markets as well as demographic change for the US economy.
CPE Credits
NASBA Field of Study
3-4 years in the profession
Advanced Preparation
Have basic economics in background