January 2020 is Full of Local Economic Forecasts in CA and NV

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As 2020 begins, the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ “Your Economy” initiative would like to inform credit union leaders of local monthly economic forecasts and events in their region that they can attend.

Ten local, notable economic conferences are taking place across California and Nevada in January 2020. Click at the end of each description below for registration and more information:

  • Jan. 9: Northern California — "2020 North State Economic Forecast Conference" hosted by the Center for Economic Development (and Cal State Chico); click here.

  • Jan. 14: Sacramento County — "2020 Economic Forecast" hosted by the Sacramento Business Review (and Sacramento Business Journal, Cal State Sacramento/Greater Sacramento Economic Council); click here.

  • Jan. 15: San Fernando Valley — "2020 San Fernando Valley Economic Forecast" hosted by the Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (and California Lutheran University); click here.

  • Jan. 15: Inland Empire — "Inland Empire Economic Forecast and 2020 Business Benefactors Forecast Luncheon" hosted by the Inland Empire Regional Chamber of Commerce (and Economics and Politics Inc.); click here.

  • Jan. 16: Los Angeles County — "Economic Forecast and Trends" hosted by the Los Angeles Business Journal; click here.

  • Jan. 22: San Diego County — "2020 Economic Trends" hosted by the San Diego Business Journal (and San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp./Wells Fargo/and Robert Half Co.); click here.

  • Jan. 23: Southern Nevada — "Forecast 2020: Southern Nevada's Commercial Markets" hosted by NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association (and Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies at the Lee Business School in the University of Nevada--Las Vegas/Moody's Analytics' Real Estate Information Services network/Applied Research of NewCities Foundation); click here.

  • Jan. 23: Northern Nevada — "State of the Economy in Northern Nevada" hosted by the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (and Applied Analysis); click here.

  • Jan. 28: Inland Empire — “2020 Inland Empire Economic Forecast" hosted by the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research (Chapman University); click here.

  • Jan. 31: Bay Area/San Francisco — "2020 Mayors' Economic Forecast" hosted by the San Francisco Business Times (and Bank of America's Chief Investment Office); click here.

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