RELEASE DATE: September 26, 2022
DURATION: 50 MINUTES
Whether the economy enters a recession sooner versus later, it’s important for credit union leaders to watch local labor markets and their members’ reactions to interest rates, inflation, and home prices. Additionally, slowing deposit growth, rising rate pressures, consumer decisions, local housing markets, and state demographics will slowly change between now and 2030.
MEET THE PRESENTER
Dr. Robert Eyler is professor of economics at Sonoma State University; director of the university’s Center for Regional Economic Analysis; president of Economic Forensics and Analytics; and a long-time board member of Redwood Credit Union. Eyler has authored books and academic articles concerning monetary economics and policies, macroeconomic policies, banking topics, derivative markets, international finance, and the economics of the wine industry. He’s also been keynote speaker of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues’ annual “Your Economy—Your Credit Union” Conference. He is often interviewed by regional news media for his expertise and has been an expert witness in interstate trade litigation and forensic economics.