Updated September 28 at 12:29am
Economic Indicators
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New-home building declined more than projected in October, led by a slump in apartment construction and showing fitful progress in residential real estate. more
America’s workers may be finally in line for a decent raise. more
New-home construction in the U.S. rebounded in November, led by gains in single-family dwellings that signal the residential real estate industry will continue to support growth in the world’s largest economy. more
Rhode Island’s economic sentiment was worst in the nation in October, according to Thumbtack Inc., which surveyed 65 small businesses in the Ocean State to come up with its findings. more
The U.S. cost of living held steady in November, underscoring scant inflation that is well below the Federal Reserve’s goal. more
Home prices, including distressed sales, climbed 5.7 percent year over year in September in the Providence-Warwick metropolitan area, CoreLogic said Tuesday. more
What makes the U.S. economy grow? A look at consumer spending data offers a simple if perhaps troubling answer: Increasingly, it’s people buying stuff they don’t need. more
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said encouraging U.S. economic data coupled with emerging signs of risk taking by some investors make it appropriate for the central bank to consider raising interest rates as soon as next month, while moving gradually thereafter. more
A giant housing-debt hangover has been one of the main culprits behind the U.S. economy’s lackluster recovery from the 2008 recession. In one encouraging sign, new data from the Federal Reserve suggest that American homeowners might finally be getting out from under it. more
Fitch Ratings has affirmed its ratings on Pawtucket’s general obligation bonds at BBB+, and is maintaining a stable outlook. more
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