Wednesday July 29, 2009 | Economy: Where are we Now?

July 27, 2009 at 12:14 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 1 Comment

Join us for a look at the state of the economy in the Charlotte region. We’ll talk about whether the recession is coming to an end, which parts of the Charlotte area’s economy are still hurting the most, and which sectors are showing signs of improvement. We’ll also take a look at the region’s employment outlook over the next several months and how the banks are faring, current conditions and the future outlook for the Charlotte area’s real estate market. What might a “post recession” Charlotte look like? We’ll find out.
Guests
Dr. Matthew Martin – Charlotte Regional Exec., Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Mark Vitner – Managing Director and Senior Economist, Wells Fargo Securities, LLC
Donna Anderson – President, Charlotte Regional Realtor Association

  • WFAE hosts a Public Conversation on “the state of the economy” tonight from 7-8:30pm on the campus of Central Piedmont Community College. More info.

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  1. Even up here in the hills we noticed the loss of jobs every time a furniture or textile plant moved overseas.

    What’s wrong with the people who didn’t notice these permanent job losses in nearly every industry nationwide?

    Jeez, guys, I could do a better job than whomever has been asleep at the switch for the last 20 years! And I need a job in retirement because I can’t get enough interest on my savings to keep up with inflation.

    Mary in bakersville, mitchell county


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