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Top economist: ‘Charlotte’s evolution, there’s no going back’

SILVIA

SILVIA

April 12. Net migration into Charlotte has fueled population gains and supported growth in employment and commercial real estate, according to John Silvia, one of the top economists in the U.S. The Wells Fargo economist says, however, that employment growth here has moderated recently.

Silvia¬†will discuss the evolution of the Charlotte “employment situation,” net migration, construction and commerce at the Newsmakers Breakfast Wednesday morning at The Peninsula Club. (Call 704-895-1335 to RSVP.)

Silvia is frequently quoted by news organizations around the nation and even the world.

Newsmakers Breakfasts are an open-forum discussion with people in the news; questions are asked by the audience. The cost of $12 includes a full breakfast and networking before and after. Doors open at 7:15 am, breakfast gets under way at 7:30; the program at 8.

Prior to his current position, Silvia worked on Capitol Hill as senior economist for the U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee and chief economist for the U.S. Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. Before that, he was chief economist of Kemper Funds and managing director of Scudder Kemper Investments.

The presenting sponsor is Financial Independence Group, based in Cornelius. The Breakfast Sponsors are Dixie Dean, with Allen Tate in Cornelius, and The McIntosh Law Firm in Davidson. The Coffee Sponsors are Davidson Wealth Managment, James Funeral Home and Master Title Agency.

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