Register Now: Q3 U.S. Economic and Credit Trends Outlook Webinar from Equifax
Make more informed decisions with economic and consumer credit insights from Equifax
Insights that Drive Strategic Growth
It’s almost time for the Q3 U.S. Economic and Credit Trends Outlook from Equifax. This quarterly webinar series is aimed at helping you make more informed decisions, with economic and consumer credit trends from across the U.S.
Join Equifax Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 1:00 pm ET as Chief Economist Amy Crews Cutts is joined by Gunnar Blix, deputy chief economist at Equifax. together Amy and Gunnar will deliver insights that can help drive strategic growth at you organization. During this webinar, we will cover:
- U.S. Economic Overview In this section, we’ll discuss consensus forecasts, a brief labor market update and additional high level macro trends impacting the U.S. economy.
- U.S. Consumer Credit Trends Our discussion this quarter will highlight overall trends in consumer credit, as well as brief deep dives into HELOC, mortgage, auto, card and general consumer finance. We’ll also share peer group analyses, including comparisons by size and type of institution.
- Special Report: Credit Tightening As rumors abound about a possible pull-back in credit and subprime getting out of control, we’ll discuss what the data actually shows
Whether you’re looking to benchmark against industry trends, better forecast your book of business, or monitor shifts in the economy and industry, you won’t want to miss this quarter’s webinar.
For additional resources to help you more effectively identify and capitalize on current industry trends, contact your account manager or visit us online today.
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