Updated February 28 at 10:28am
Economic Indicators
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America’s service providers expanded more than forecast last month, spurred by an upturn in orders that coincided with stepped-up demand at the nation’s factories. more
Robert D. Atkinson, president of the Washington, D.C.-based Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, talks about Rhode Island’s performance in a recent study that evaluated states on technological innovation. more
If there’s one thing economists tend to agree on, it’s the benefits of free movement of labor. more
A new report issued by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies points to the increasingly aging American population, which will have ramifications on housing. more
U.S. employment costs climbed less than forecast in the fourth quarter, reflecting steady wage growth and the smallest advance in benefits in more than a year. more
Americans love their cheese, but maybe not as much as dairy farmers do. more
Potential candidates to head the Federal Reserve in 2018 suggested that monetary policy would be tighter if they were in charge. more
Americans look at their smartphones up to 47 times a day, and that number rises to 82 times a day for those in the 18-24-year-old age group, according to a survey from Deloitte & Touche LLP. more
The U.S. economy expanded at a slightly faster pace in the first quarter than previously estimated, reflecting less damage from trade and inventories. more
The number of young people living with their parents has reached a percentage not seen since the World War II era. more
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