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September 18th - Beacon Economics' Founding Partner Christopher Thornberg presents a new economic outlook for the banking and financial services sector in California at an annual event hosted by CoastHills Credit Union. Oxnard, California.

October 1st - Beacon Economics' Founding Partner Christopher Thornberg and Director of Economic Research Jordan Levine deliver their latest outlooks for the US, California, and Southern California economies at the 6th Annual Inland Southern California Economic Forecast Conference hosted by the Center for Forecasting and Economic Development at UC Riverside's School of Business Administration. Riverside, California.

October 22nd - Beacon Economics' Founding Partner Christopher Thornberg delivers a new forecast for the California economy including an outlook for public revenues at an annual meeting of the County Administrative Officers Association of California, Carmel, California.

October 30th - Beacon Economics' Founding Partner Christopher Thornberg delivers his latest economic forecast for California and Sonoma County at the annual Economic Outlook Breakfast hosted by the Sonoma County Economic Development Board. Santa Rosa, California.

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