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FDIC 2006 Economic Outlook Roundtable
Scenarios for the Next U.S. Recession

January 19, 2006

The roundtable will analyze the U.S. economy, which has brushed off a series of shocks in recent years to post consistently strong rates of growth. Specifically, the panel will discuss threats to the expansion that are expected to persist in 2006. These threats could come in the forms of new inflationary pressures, rising interest rates, and an inevitable cooling off of U.S. housing markets. This 2006 FDIC Economic Outlook Roundtable brings together a distinguished group of economic analysts to share their scenarios for the next recession and to offer risk management advice for bank managers.

Thursday, January 19, 2006
FDIC Boardroom, 6th Floor
550 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC

Agenda

9:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast

10:00 AM

Introductions

Richard A. Brown, Chief Economist, and Associate Director, Risk Analysis Branch, Division of Insurance and Research, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Panel Presentations

Kathleen Camilli, Chief Economist, and Director, Camilli Economics, New York

Arthur J. McMahon, Director, Economic Outlook/Bank Condition, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

Meredith Whitney, Executive Director, CIBC World Markets, a subsidiary of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

12:15 PM

Luncheon and Speaker

Steven Pearlstein, Business Columnist, Washington Post



Last Updated 01/12/2006 communications@fdic.gov