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Goss: Mountain states continue economic growth

Goss: Mountain states continue economic growth

Business conditions and overall economic growth in the mountain states are continuing healthy growth – but at a slower rate than this time last year, a trend at least one economist believes will continue for the rest of the year. According to the monthly survey of mountains states by the Goss Institute for Economic Research,… Continue Reading Goss: Mountain states continue economic growth

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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After rising above neutral growth during July, the overall index for the Mountain States region, and for Colorado, sank below 50 for August.   The index, based on a survey of supply managers in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, points to a wilting economic recovery.     The Business Conditions Index slipped from 51.5 during July to 47,… Continue Reading Job losses and rising inflationary pressure push index down

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The Mountain States Business Conditions Index registered 51.1 in July, showing positive business growth for Colorado. A reading above 50 indicates an expanding economy during the next three to six months, while one below 50 indicates a contraction. The Colorado business index was at 42 in June, 44 in May and 38 in April. Components… Continue Reading Index shows Colorado poised for business growth

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