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Colorado’s job growth above regional, national averages

Colorado’s economy continues to add jobs at a higher rate than the rest of the Rocky Mountain states and the nation. Colorado’s economy grew nearly 2 percentage points in August, from 54.8 to 56.5, according to the Goss Institute for Economic Research. The overall business conditions index, a mathematical average of new orders, production, employment,… Continue Reading Colorado’s job growth above regional, national averages

The mountain states ended the year by maintaining their position above neutral growth in a series of economic indicators, according to the Goss Institute of Economic Research monthly economic report. And, looking ahead six months, the economic optimism of supply managers is climbing. “An improving national economy and upturns in residential housing pushed business confidence… Continue Reading Supply managers optimistic about 2013 for job and economic growth

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Colorado’s economic indicators slip in January

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Colorado’s leading economic indicators slipped in January, although it remained strong. According to the Goss Institute for Economic Research, construction industry is weighing on the economy, even as the state’s large energy sector is pushing it forward. “Durable and nondurable goods producers, especially those with ties to energy and international markets, are benefiting from the… Continue Reading Colorado’s economic indicators slip in January

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The Mountain States region is showing signs that it could beat a double dip recession, according to the September report of the Goss Institute for Economic Research. But the business confidence index has slumped to a recessionary level, according to the report. And there are some economic indicators that are not looking great. For example,… Continue Reading Mountain States holding steady in business; confidence down

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Business orders, production of sales, employment and inventories in the Mountain States are treading slightly above growth neutral this summer but it seems confidence is slipping. About 33 percent of supply managers surveyed in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming say they expect an upturn in sales for the rest of 2011 while 14 percent expect a… Continue Reading Business in Mountain States flat, confidence down

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The Rocky Mountain Region’s economy appears to be on the right track. For a second consecutive month, the overall index for the Mountain States region, Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, moved above growth neutral 50 to 55.4 for November from October’s 51.6. The November employment index increased to 49.9 from 46.1 in October. In Colorado, the leading… Continue Reading Mountain states’ economies healthy, but not adding jobs

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