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    Marin financial experts eye rising stock market, Trump impact

    Robert Eyler, chief economist for the Marin Economic Forum, said it makes sense in the short-term to invest in commodities, such as energy, specifically oil, and in finances. “That’s where you’ve seen all the activity in the past three weeks,” he said, “because those are the kind of industries that got a boost.”

  • Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler said the county has “branded itself pretty well,” both for its high-end tech and wine products and for its lifestyle. The latter helps boost international tourism, a sector with economic benefits similar to those from export businesses. “Sonoma County’s still got a pretty good global footprint,” Eyler said.

    Exports remain a strong part
    of Sonoma County economy

    Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler said the county has “branded itself pretty well,” both for its high-end tech and wine products and for its lifestyle. The latter helps boost international tourism, a sector with economic benefits similar to those from export businesses. “Sonoma County’s still got a pretty good global footprint,” Eyler said.

  • “One main objective of The School of Extended Education is getting people to graduate quicker,” Robert Eyler dean of the department said. With students focusing less on the expense of college and more on their classes, students have a higher chance of graduating on time. “We want to be able to expedite the process so students can graduate in four years or faster,” Eyler said.

    Applications open for student scholarships

    “One main objective of The School of Extended Education is getting people to graduate quicker,” Robert Eyler dean of the department said. With students focusing less on the expense of college and more on their classes, students have a higher chance of graduating on time. “We want to be able to expedite the process so students can graduate in four years or faster,” Eyler said.

  • Robert Eyler, president of Economic Forensics and Analytics, said the information seems to fit in with the overall economic picture of a Bay Area experiencing strong job markets, but corresponding spikes in the cost of living.

    Apartment space dwindles
    costs rise in Fairfield

    Robert Eyler, president of Economic Forensics and Analytics, said the information seems to fit in with the overall economic picture of a Bay Area experiencing strong job markets, but corresponding spikes in the cost of living.

  • The data shows Napa is “growing,” according to Robert Eyler, Ph.D., Professor of Economics at Sonoma State University. Napa wine and “Napa” as a brand have become global statements of quality, said Eyler.

    Wine likely boosted Napa County exports rise in 2015

    The data shows Napa is “growing,” according to Robert Eyler, Ph.D., Professor of Economics at Sonoma State University. Napa wine and “Napa” as a brand have become global statements of quality, said Eyler.

  • The recent passage of Brexit by voters in the United Kingdom raised many questions and had far-reaching consequences. And despite our small footprint, Marin County potentially will feel the repercussions.

    Brexit is an example that it is a small world after all

    The recent passage of Brexit by voters in the United Kingdom raised many questions and had far-reaching consequences. And despite our small footprint, Marin County potentially will feel the repercussions.

Trump stock markets

Marin financial experts eye rising stock market, Trump impact

December 1, 2016

Robert Eyler, chief economist for the Marin Economic Forum, said it makes sense in the short-term to invest in commodities, such as energy, specifically oil, and in finances. “That’s where you’ve seen all the activity in the past three weeks,” he said, “because those are the kind of industries that got a boost.”

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Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler said the county has “branded itself pretty well,” both for its high-end tech and wine products and for its lifestyle. The latter helps boost international tourism, a sector with economic benefits similar to those from export businesses. “Sonoma County’s still got a pretty good global footprint,” Eyler said.

Exports remain a strong part
of Sonoma County economy

October 24, 2016

Sonoma State University economics professor Robert Eyler said the county has “branded itself pretty well,” both for its high-end tech and wine products and for its lifestyle. The latter helps boost international tourism, a sector with economic benefits similar to those from export businesses. “Sonoma County’s still got a pretty good global footprint,” Eyler said.

Full Story »

“One main objective of The School of Extended Education is getting people to graduate quicker,” Robert Eyler dean of the department said. With students focusing less on the expense of college and more on their classes, students have a higher chance of graduating on time. “We want to be able to expedite the process so students can graduate in four years or faster,” Eyler said.

Applications open for student scholarships

October 6, 2016

“One main objective of The School of Extended Education is getting people to graduate quicker,” Robert Eyler dean of the department said. With students focusing less on the expense of college and more on their classes, students have a higher chance of graduating on time. “We want to be able to expedite the process so students can graduate in four years or faster,” Eyler said.

Full Story »

Robert Eyler, president of Economic Forensics and Analytics, said the information seems to fit in with the overall economic picture of a Bay Area experiencing strong job markets, but corresponding spikes in the cost of living.

Apartment space dwindles
costs rise in Fairfield

September 22, 2016

Robert Eyler, president of Economic Forensics and Analytics, said the information seems to fit in with the overall economic picture of a Bay Area experiencing strong job markets, but corresponding spikes in the cost of living.

Full Story »

The data shows Napa is “growing,” according to Robert Eyler, Ph.D., Professor of Economics at Sonoma State University. Napa wine and “Napa” as a brand have become global statements of quality, said Eyler.

Wine likely boosted Napa County exports rise in 2015

September 18, 2016

The data shows Napa is “growing,” according to Robert Eyler, Ph.D., Professor of Economics at Sonoma State University. Napa wine and “Napa” as a brand have become global statements of quality, said Eyler.

Full Story »

The recent passage of Brexit by voters in the United Kingdom raised many questions and had far-reaching consequences. And despite our small footprint, Marin County potentially will feel the repercussions.

Brexit is an example that it is a small world after all

August 22, 2016

The recent passage of Brexit by voters in the United Kingdom raised many questions and had far-reaching consequences. And despite our small footprint, Marin County potentially will feel the repercussions.

Full Story »