Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber hosts 2019 Economic Outlook

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Attendees at the 2019 Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce Economic Outlook listen to updates on the regional economy. Valley News/Will Fritz photo
Economic development staff at local city halls and a research economist gave presentations on the state of the regional economy at the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Economic Outlook Nov. 19. The event, held at the Monteleone Meadows event venue in unincorporated Murrieta, drew an audience local leaders and business professionals. John Husing, a local research economist, told attendees that jobs have continued to increase over the past year in the Inland Empire, which has more population than 25 entire states and is forecast to gain another million-and-a-half residents by midcentury. Despite an inverted yield curve earlier this year – a situation in which short-term rates on U.S. Treasury bonds are higher than long-term rates that has preceded every recession since
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