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Wells Fargo Economist John Silvia
Wells Fargo Economist John Silvia

AIR DATE: May 23, 2012

The big question is: when will the recession be over?  How can Las Vegas recover the economic vitality it enjoyed during the boom years?  The chief economist for Wells Fargo, John Silvia, joins us to answer your questions on housing, banking, and other issues.

John Silvia, Managing Dir and Chief Economist, Wells Fargo

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