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Economic Indicators
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Globalization has hit Rhode Island hard. Those manufacturing jobs that allowed my immigrant parents and generations of other Rhode Islanders the opportunity to raise their families in modest comfort are long gone. more
Job openings increased in November, giving more Americans the confidence to quit and find work at another employer. more
Some U.S. drivers may soon see a new expense at the gas pump: the cost of taking the global-warming fight on the road. more
The commercial real estate landscape continues to strengthen in Rhode Island, characterized by decreasing vacancy rates and increasing rents across several markets, according to CB Richard Ellis-New England executives, who presented its 2016 Outlook for New England Tuesday. more
Something to watch for this earnings season: The number of companies that eschew the use of generally accepted accounting principles, commonly called GAAP. more
Rhode Island’s foreclosure inventory rate fell 2.7 percentage points over the year in November to 1.8 percent, but was still higher than the national rate of 1.2 percent for the month, CoreLogic said Tuesday. more
Warwick residents have the best average credit score in Rhode Island, according to WalletHub, which evaluated scores in 2,570 cities. more
It’s not the jobs report or the latest housing data, but railway cargo that has analysts at Bank of America Corp. concerned. more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island and Massachusetts continue to fall, AAA Northeast said Monday. more
Rhode Island economic momentum was buoyed by “a bit of a rebound” in November, according to University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro. more
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