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Unformatted text preview: WSJ Econ Survey October 2010 10-YR Note On Dec 31, 2010 On June 30, 2011 1 Paul Ashworth Capital Economics 2.50 2.50 2 Paul Ballew Nationwide 2.65 3.10 3 Nariman Behravesh IHS Global Insight 2.50 2.40 4 Richard Berner/David GrMorgan Stanley 2.25 2.60 5 Ram Bhagavatula Combinatorics Capital 3.25 3.75 6 Jay Brinkmann Mortgage Bankers Assoc 2.60 3.10 7 Michael Carey Credit Agricole CIB 3.00 3.20 8 Joseph Carson AllianceBernstein 3.70 4.00 9 Julia Coronado BNP Paribas 2.00 2.25 10 Mike Cosgrove Econoclast 2.60 3.00 11 Lou Crandall Wrightson ICAP 2.35 2.75 12 J. Dewey Daane Vanderbilt University 2.50 2.75 13 Richard DeKaser Woodley Park Research 2.33 2.73 14 Douglas Duncan Fannie Mae 2.50 2.70 15 Maria Fiorini Ramirez/JosMFR, Inc. 2.45 3.25 16 Stephen Gallagher Societe Generale 2.00 2.75 17 Ethan Harris Bank of America Securiti 2.25 2.00 18 Maury Harris UBS 2.40 2.70 19 Jan Hatzius Goldman Sachs & Co. 2.50 2.75 20 Tracy Herrick The Private Bank 3.00 3.30 21 Stuart Hoffman * PNC Financial Services Group 22 Gene Huang FedEx Corp. 2.70 3.50 23 William B. Hummer Wayne Hummer Investm 2.60 3.00 24 Dana Johnson Comerica Bank 2.30 3.00 25 Kurt Karl Swiss Re 3.00 3.60 26 Bruce Kasman JP Morgan Chase & Co. 2.25 2.25 27 Paul Kasriel The Northern Trust 2.60 3.10 28 Joseph A. LaVorgna Deutsche Bank Securitie 2.00 2.50 29 Edward Leamer/David ShUCLA Anderson Forecas 2.60 2.80 30 Don Leavens/Tim Gill NEMA Business Informa 2.80 3.20 31 John Lonski Moody's Investors Servic 2.65 2.90 32 Dean Maki Barclays Capital 2.40 2.60 33 David Malpass Encima Global LLC 2.80 3.50 34 Jim Meil Eaton Corp. 2.55 2.62 35 Mark Nielson, Ph. D. MacroEcon Global Advis 2.90 3.40 36 Michael P. Niemira International Council of S 2.65 3.00 37 Jim O'Sullivan MF Global 2.70 3.40 38 Nicholas S. Perna Perna Associates 2.60 3.36 39 Joel Prakken/ Chris VarvMacroeconomic Advisers 2.50 3.10 40 Arun Raha Economic and Revenue 3.25 4.00 41 David Resler * Nomura Securities International Inc. 42 John Ryding/Conrad DeQRDQ Economics 2.80 3.80 43 Ian Shepherdson High Frequency Econom 2.50 2.75 44 John Silvia Wells Fargo & Co. 2.40 2.80 45 Allen Sinai Decision Economics Inc. 2.35 2.65 46 James F. Smith Parsec Financial Manage 2.65 3.75 47 Sean M. Snaith University of Central Flor 2.27 2.53 48 Sung Won Sohn California State Universit 2.55 2.85 49 Neal Soss Credit Suisse 2.25 2.80 50 Stephen Stanley Pierpont Securities 2.50 3.40 51 Susan M. Sterne Economic Analysis 2.80 4.50 52 Diane Swonk Mesirow Financial 2.40 2.50 53 Bart van Ark The Conference Board 2.50 2.75 54 Brian S. Wesbury/ RoberFirst Trust Advisors, L.P. 2.85 3.85 55 William T. Wilson Skolkovo Institute for Em 2.60 3.80 56 David Wyss Standard and Poor's 2.50 2.70 57 Lawrence Yun National Association of R 2.60 3.00 Oct 2.58 3.03 Sept 2.90 3.30 Aug 3.22 3.65 July 3.50 3.92 June 3.87 4.24 May 4.16 April 4.29 March 4.24 Feb 4.29 Jan 4.34 Dec 4.24 Nov 4.25 Oct 4.24 Sept 4.37 Aug 4.36 July 4.32 June 4.40 * no forecasts submitted for this month's survey....
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2011 for the course MANEC 453 taught by Professor Jerrynelson during the Fall '10 term at BYU.

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