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Dwight Johnston, chief economist of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, has more than 30 years of investment experience with financial institutions in a variety of roles. For the past 15 years, beginning with his role as economist for WesCorp, Johnston has focused on economic and market information and education for credit unions. He is the author of a popular economic commentary website and is a frequent speaker at credit union board planning sessions and industry conferences. He is also president of Dwight Johnston Economics. Johnston’s mission is to demystify economics and the markets, make a sometimes dry topic entertaining, and help credit unions understand and prepare for an uncertain economic environment.
Johnston is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. He currently resides in Claremont, CA.
Read more insights from Dwight Johnston on TrustCU.com and register for his Daily Dose e-newsletter to receive his blogs straight to your inbox.
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What the potential for tax reform means for the stock market.
And what we can expect of the new Fed Chairman.
1987 and 2017 share at least one common trait, but remembering Black Monday is not to create fear. It's to encourage watchfulness.
After four consecutive weeks of losses for bonds, the bond market has been up each day this week. Will tomorrow's consumer price index release bring that streak to a halt?
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