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    The Economic Impact of Hurricane Irma

    September 2017

    In this webinar replay, Mark Zandi and the Moody’s Analytics team examine the economic impact on the national and regional economy.

    Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, and the Moody's Analytics team discuss the economic impact of Hurricane Irma including:

    • How much property damage resulted from Irma?
    • What is the hurricane's economic impact on Florida and the rest of the southeastern U.S.?
    • What is the fallout on industries and government finances?

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