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Las Vegas Perspective

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AIR DATE: March 25, 2010

Las Vegas Perspective comes out next week. It's the yearly comprehensive profile of Nevada's demographics, community, business and industry, real estate, retail and tourism. Raymond Owens, senior economist at the Richmond Federal Reserve is a keynote speaker at the event. His speech will be about how the economic picture across the country and what the key things will be that are going to get the economy up and running again. Owens will tell us how the real estate and local job conditions are affecting the current state of Las Vegas economy and what makes us unique compared to the rest of the country.

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Raymond Owens, Sr Economist, Richmond Federal Reserve

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