Updated July 29 at 1:29pm
Economic Indicators
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Jobless claims increased more than expected last week, reflecting a jump in California that otherwise masked steady progress in the U.S. labor market. more
Five percent hotel tax collections increased 11.3 percent year over year in February, and 11 percent when comparing the first eight months of the fiscal year with the same prior fiscal period. more
When it comes to commercial property, Providence has the third-highest tax rate in the nation, according to a report from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. more
Factory production fell more than forecast in May, reflecting declining output of vehicles and business equipment that show U.S. manufacturing is still hobbled by weak global demand. more
The rebound in fuel costs pushed up U.S. wholesale prices in May for a second month, overshadowing a drop in pricing power that signals inflation will take time to move toward the Federal Reserve’s goal. more
Fewer Federal Reserve officials expect the central bank to raise interest rates more than once this year, as policy makers gave a mixed picture of a U.S. economy where growth is picking up and job gains are slowing. more
Retail sales rose more than forecast in May, showing consumer spending will help boost economic growth in the second quarter. more
Rhode Island’s foreclosure inventory rate fell to 1.5 percent in April, a 6 percent drop from April 2015, CoreLogic said Tuesday. more
Cash collections increased 1.7 percent when comparing the first 10 months of the fiscal year with the same period last year, but fell 5.5 percent when comparing April with April 2015. more
Gasoline prices remained the same this week in Rhode Island, but rose 2 cents in Massachusetts, AAA Northeast said Monday. more
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