The Macro Economy and Key Considerations for 2023

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Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) and Frontier Farm Credit are co-sponsoring a webinar series, Two Economists and a Lender. Our February installment featured Agriculture Economic Insights (AEI) co-founders David Widmar and Brent Gloy and Michael Barr, financial officer. The webinar recording from February 23 is available. Explore upcoming webinars.


Nobody can say how high interest rates will go in 2023 or if there will be a recession. But knowing which macroeconomic factors to monitor – and what they mean to the farm economy – is important for decision-making. Watch as we review current economic signals and their potential implication to your operation.



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