Dec. 9 Webinar: ‘CU’s Big 2020 Questions: Trump, Rates and Economy’

Upcoming Dec. 9th webinar presenter Dr. Robert Eyler, an economist at Sonoma State University, board member for Redwood CU, and president of Economic Forensics & Analytics.
Upcoming Dec. 9th webinar presenter Dr. Robert Eyler, an economist at Sonoma State University, board member for Redwood CU, and president of Economic Forensics & Analytics.

Join Dr. Robert Eyler for “2020’s Big Questions: Economy, Rates, and President Trump” (REGISTER HERE) on Monday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. (Pacific) — immediately before the Federal Reserve begins a two-day meeting on its short-term interest rate target.

Some big economic “unknowns” for 2020 will be discussed:

Does it matter that short-term interest rates have changed two months in a row recently? What’s the economic forecast for 2020 and 2021 in California and Nevada given today’s late-2019 dynamics?

How might the presidential impeachment inquiry affect the economy (and the 2020 elections)? What continuing impact will California’s wildfires have on local economies, credit union employees, and members?

We invite you to look past the 24/7 news cycle and join us for an informative update! This webinar is FREE for Power Learner Passport (PLP) subscribers; and $195 for non-PLP members of the League; and $341 for non-League members.

Who Should Attend?

  • CEOs, CFOs, and COOs
  • Board members
  • SVPs and/or VPs of finance, operations, lending, and strategic planning

The Webinar Presenter
Eyler is an economist at Sonoma State University, board member for Redwood CU, and president of Economic Forensics & Analytics. He’s also been keynote speaker of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ annual “Your Economy—Your Credit Union” Conference.

He is also director of the university’s Center for Regional Economic Analysis and has authored books and academic articles concerning monetary economics and policies, macroeconomic policies, banking topics, derivative markets, international finance, and the economics of the wine industry. He’s also an expert witness in interstate trade litigation and forensic economics. He served as CEO of the Marin Economic Forum from 2009 – 2015.

Pin It