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Toronto Stock Exchange hosts 2014 Bi-National Economic Outlook Luncheon in Las Colinas

Speakers: Craig Alexander of Toronto Dominion Bank, Robert Dye of Comerica Bank and D'Ann Petersen of the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas

DALLAS - Jan. 27, 2014 - PRLog -- The Toronto Stock Exchange and the Dallas office of the Canadian-American Chamber of Commerce present the 2014 Economic Outlook Horizon Luncheon at the Las Colinas Country Club on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at 11:30 am.

Our speakers include: Craig Alexander - Chief Economist for Toronto Dominion Bank, Robert Dye, Ph.D. - Chief Economist for Comerica Bank based in Dallas and D'Ann Petersen - Economist from the Federal Reserve Bank, Dallas Branch.  Each speaker will deliver a 15 minute overview of their respective economies followed by a Q&A session, moderated by Jason Canivet of the Toronto Stock Exchange.

The Canadian-American Chamber of Commerce started in November 2008 and just celebrated five years of supporting Canadian and US businesses with a Canada interest.  The Chamber, founded by Joseph Scott, MBA-GM, grew from just a few members in 2009 to serving over 80 members through out the metroplex with US and Canadian roots.

The luncheon is proudly presented by the Canadian-American Chamber of Commerce, Business Events Canada, WestJet and the Consulate General of Canada in Dallas.  For more information on our event, a speakers' profile sheet or to attend, please contact Joe Scott at scott.joe@dfwcanadianchamber.com or by phoning 972-331-2508.

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Source:Canadian-American Chamber of Commerce
Location:Dallas - Texas - United States
Industry:Banking, Energy
Tags:Economics, Business, Foreign Investment, Tsx, Mid Cap Companies
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