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8/24/2016 Past Breakfasts/Lunches
2016 Joint Luncheon

The U.S. and the world are in the midst of the seventh year of recovery from the Great Recession, and robust growth still remains elusive in most major economies. In the U.S., a balance of positive and negative factors is likely to result in continued disappointing, but positive, growth. The presentation will examine developments in consumption, housing, manufacturing, employment, and how government policies have helped or hurt the situation.
Dan North: Since 1996, Dan North has been with Euler Hermes, the  world’s oldest and largest credit insurance company. As the company’s  chief economist for North America, he uses macroeconomic and  quantitative analyses to help manage Euler Hermes’ risk portfolio of more  than $250 billion in annual trade transactions within the region.

Prior to joining the company, Dan worked for Citicorp, using similar analyses to create outperforming investment strategies. Dan North earned his MBA from the Wharton School of Business. As one of the leading U.S. economists, Dan North has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business News, ABC News Now, France 24, and Bloomberg Radio and Television. He has been quoted by USA Today, Barron’s, Bloomberg Business Week, The Washington Post, Paris Le Monde, and The Wall Street Journal. After having predicted the 2008/2009 recession and its implications accurately, Dan North was ranked 4th on Bloomberg’s list of the 65 top economic forecasters in 2010.

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The Outlook for the U.S. Economy: (PDF)

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2016.08.18 Joint Luncheon

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