Updated October 23 at 6:27am
Economic Indicators
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Consumer confidence slumped in February as households grew more concerned about the outlook for the economy and jobs. more
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes unexpectedly rose in January to the second-highest pace since early 2007, indicating the industry will keep prospering. more
Another list, another poor showing for Providence. Apartment List, an online rental marketplace, gave Providence a grade of D on its list of the “Best Cities for Young Families.” more
(Updated 12:42 p.m.) Helped by milder weather, Massachusetts single-family home sales climbed more than 25 percent in January to 3,422 compared with 2,736 a year ago, The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman, said Tuesday. more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island fell for the 12th consecutive week, dropping another 4 cents, to $1.77 per gallon for self-serve, regular unleaded, AAA Northeast said Monday. more
Dale Oxley doesn’t need to hear about rising odds of a U.S. recession to dread the future. For the West Virginia homebuilder, the downturn has already arrived. more
Cash collections rose during the first seven months of the fiscal year, increasing 2.6 percent to $2 billion compared with $1.96 billion during the same period last year, the state Department of Revenue said Monday. more
The cost of living in the U.S. excluding food and fuel increased in January by the most in more than four years, reflecting broad-based gains that signal companies may be getting some pricing power. more
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly declined last week to a three-month low, signaling durability in the labor market. more
The index of U.S. leading economic indicators decreased in January for a second month, reflecting a slump in stock prices as well as a pickup in jobless claims that has since reversed. more
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