Sun shines on nation and state economies, partly cloudy in Four Corners

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Sun shines on nation and state economies, partly cloudy in Four Corners

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Tim Quinlan, vice president and economist with Wells Fargo Securities, said the current economic expansion is already the second longest on record, but he expects it to continue in 2018. He spoke at the SW 2018 Economic Outlook on Thursday at the Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall.
James McDonald, a Fort Lewis College student, listens during the SW 2018 Economic Outlook on Thursday at the FLC Community Concert Hall.
Robert "Tino" Sonora, professor of economics at Fort Lewis College, left, and Richard Wobbekind, executive director of Business Research at the University of Colorado at Boulder, both keynote speakers for the SW 2018 Economic Outlook, listen to fellow speaker Wells Fargo Vice President Tim Quinlan on Thursday at the Community Concert Hall.

Sun shines on nation and state economies, partly cloudy in Four Corners

Tim Quinlan, vice president and economist with Wells Fargo Securities, said the current economic expansion is already the second longest on record, but he expects it to continue in 2018. He spoke at the SW 2018 Economic Outlook on Thursday at the Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall.
James McDonald, a Fort Lewis College student, listens during the SW 2018 Economic Outlook on Thursday at the FLC Community Concert Hall.
Robert "Tino" Sonora, professor of economics at Fort Lewis College, left, and Richard Wobbekind, executive director of Business Research at the University of Colorado at Boulder, both keynote speakers for the SW 2018 Economic Outlook, listen to fellow speaker Wells Fargo Vice President Tim Quinlan on Thursday at the Community Concert Hall.
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