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- 11 March, 2014 03:00 PM EST [15:00]
This monthly webcast provides the latest insights from TCB’s Economics Team for the U.S. economy, including the short –term growth forecasts for consumption, investment, labor markets and the aggregate GDP growth.
As a special topic, this month’s Economics Watch focuses on housing. We will review "A Tale of 2000 Cities,” a recently published report by The Demand Institute, a joint endeavor of The Conference Board and Nielsen. This comprehensive research examines how the housing market will develop over the next five years at the national and state levels and within the largest 50 metropolitan areas. The research built detailed economic profiles of the 2,200 largest cities and towns in the United States by analyzing over 500 metrics.
- 12 March, 2014 10:00 AM EST [10:00], 03:00 PM CET [15:00]
This monthly webcast provides the latest insights from TCB’s Economics Team for the Euro Zone as well as the outlook for several of the larger European economies.
In addition to our regular outlook on the European and global economies this webcast will include a special focus on housing and shifts in consumer demand associated with the recovery in the European housing market. Europe has seen significant declines in housing prices over the past years of recession after a peak in prices in 2008. We will discuss what countries are seeing markets improve, what countries are still seeing a depressed market and how will that affect household consumption.
- 13 March, 2014 10:00 AM EST [10:00]
This monthly webcast (upgraded from a quarterly to a monthly webcast) provides the latest insights from TCB’s Economics Team for major emerging markets, including China, India, Brazil and Mexico as well as Southeast Asia.
As a special topic, the March Economics Watch will focus on trade and investment flows among emerging economies. The dynamics of trade, investment, and financial flows have reshaped international economic relations, and particularly the patterns of regional interactions in the last decade. We will explore the increasingly dynamic transformation in trade and investment flows among major emerging economies, particularly in Asia and Latin America, and discuss how the rapid growth in these flows between leading emerging markets will drive global growth in the coming decades.