Michigan economic forecast released at University of Michigan conference
University of Michigan economists this morning are releasing their forecast for Michigan's economy from 2010 to 2011. The projections, part of U-M's 57th annual Economic Outlook Conference, will include details about Michigan's unemployment crisis. U-M economists Joan Crary, George Fulton, and Don Grimes conducted the study.
AnnArbor.com's Business Review reporter Nathan Bomey is live blogging the economic forecast from U-M's Rackham School of Graduate Studies. Offer your comments in the live blog below.