Thursday, January 14, 2010

Wisconsin Economic Forecast Luncheon

UPDATE: Here is a link to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's coverage of the event, "Weak recovery won't be rushed."

Today at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Monona Terrace in Madison,
Sam Kahan, senior Fed economist, Chicago, and Dean Michael M. Knetter, Wisconsin School of Business, will discuss the local, regional and national outlook for the coming year at the Wisconsin Economic Forecast Luncheon.

The event is presented by the Wisconsin Bankers Association in conjunction with the Wisconsin Realtors Association and the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. The word is out this morning that registration for this highly-anticipated event is fully-booked.

If you have a ticket, please come back and let us know some highlights from the discussion. And even if you're not attending, share your thoughts on the economic outlook in the comments.

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