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Global Economic Briefing, The NAI Global Quarterly Review of The Economy

In June the U.S. economy entered its 96th month of economic expansion, the third longest in U.S. history since 1854. Odds are favorable that this period of growth will surpass #2, which took place during the turbulent 1960s (1961-1969), yet calling the takeover of the 120-month economic expansion and #1 “tech boom version 1A” from 1991 to 2001 is too early to say.

That was one of the takeaways from a recent Global Economic Briefing sponsored by NAI Global in a live webcast presented to NAI professionals and guests in mid-June by Dr. Mark J. Eppli, Professor of Finance and Bell Chair in Real Estate at Marquette University. Once a quarter, NAI Global hosts an economic outlook call featuring domestic and international experts on the economy and other business trends.

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