Follow up on last night's event - Impact of the Recent Financial Crisis on the US and China

From: Cynthia
Sent on: Friday, November 14, 2008 11:52 AM
I would like to let you know that I personally enjoyed the event very much last night. Prof. Campbell Harvey was very informative and provided a factual and in-depth analysis on the bailout plan, decisions and polices that were made to fix the crisis we are having right now. I hope all the members who joined us benefited as well.

I apologize for the directions, NCCBA just switched the location and it was quite confusing for me to find the place but we will make sure it's clear next time. The food was delicious though...

Also, since I am a volunteer (no commission for referrals :) and secretary of the board for NCCBA, I would encourage you to participate our events since our goal is to provide quality service to the communities and all the volunteers have put in many hours to ensure we deliver. NCCBA promotes businesses between China and North Carolina and we truly believe there's great value in networking with excellent group of members here, including the media, academics, students, experts, and volunteers (like me biggrin). NCCBA President Tenney Woo is also a member of this meetup group.

For more information on the economic talks, please visit Dr. Campbell Harvey's blog, he currently teaches at Duke University Business School. Investing a little bit time reading his article will help us understand and be more informed since every one of us is and will continue to be affected by the economy. David Haas told me that Prof. Harvey was the one who pioneered the predictive capability of the inverted yield curve, which was first published in 1988 (need to study more on this...):
http://www.duke.edu/~charvey/

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Thanks,
Cynthia

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