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IU Kelley School's Business Outlook Panel touring the state to provide economic forecast for 2013

Money

The IU Kelley School of Business annual economic forecast for 2013 will be presented in 10 Indiana cities, beginning with a presentation at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, in Indianapolis. Full Story >>

IU Kelley School forecast: Economic recovery in 2011 will continue to be 'disappointingly weak'

Bill Witte

Indiana University economists presenting their annual forecast today (Nov. 4) expect that the current historically weak recovery will continue into 2011, with continued challenges for the national labor market. Full Story >>

Media advisory: IU Kelley School economists to present economic forecast Thursday for 2011

Jerry Conover

IU's Kelley School of Business will present its national, state and local economic forecasts for 2011, beginning with a presentation on Thursday (Nov. 4) morning in Indianapolis, followed by similar events in other cities across the state. Full Story >>

IU Kelley School's Business Outlook Panel touring the state to provide economic forecast for 2012

Money

The IU Kelley School of Business annual economic forecast for 2012 will be presented in 11 Indiana cities, beginning with a presentation at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3, in Indianapolis. Full Story >>

IU Kelley School of Business economic forecast for 2010 looks better, relative to this year

Bill Witte

Indiana University economists presenting their annual forecast today (Nov. 5) are confident that 2010 is going to be better than this year. Unfortunately, 2009 was "really, really awful." Full Story >>

Media advisory: IU Kelley School economists to present economic forecast Thursday for 2010

Jerry Conover

IU's Kelley School of Business will present its national, state and local economic forecasts for 2010, beginning with a presentation on Thursday (Nov. 5) morning in Indianapolis, followed by similar events in nine other cities across the state. Full Story >>