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Webcast: Navigating the Economic Landscape

Fortunato & Friends Webcast Series
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In our September Edition of Fortunato & Friends, Chief Economist, Ed Fortunato, sat down with Dana Peterson, Chief Economist at The Conference Board to discuss economic outlooks. Topics include inflation, recession potential, leading indicators and employment.

3:20 – The Conference Board and recession indicators

5:45 – How can the industrial sector be in a recession?

6:54 – Wall Street impacts on potential recession

10:30 – Are oil prices and inflation tied together?

14:07 – How is the current state of the economy affecting the consumer?

20:57 – Employment

24:20 – What keeps Dana up at night?

27:25 – POLL: Inflation impacts on business

31:23 – POLL: Employment outlook for business

37:29 – Is inflation transitory?

40:28 – Has the economy become politicized?

45:06 – Long-term outlook for recession

47:00 – Audience Q&A

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