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Economic Indicators
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Rhode Island’s economic momentum, measured monthly by economist Leonard Lardaro, has met or exceeded year-earlier values five months in a row, a clear indication of progress. more
Rhode Island ranked seventh among the states and the District of Columbia for having the highest amount of state and local debt per capita in the 2012 fiscal year at $11,362 per person, according to information from the Tax Foundation. more
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Consumer sentiment declined in September to the lowest level in year as Americans anticipated a weaker economy in face of a global slowdown and turbulent financial markets. more
Wholesale prices in the U.S. were little changed in August, restrained by lower fuel costs that signal inflation will remain weak. more
The 2 percent inflation target that the world’s most important central banks regard as the Goldilocks scenario for consumer prices - not too hot, not too cold - looks less and less likely to be achieved any time soon in many countries. more
Consumer attitudes in the U.S. held steady last week as weaker perceptions about the buying climate offset more sanguine views of household balance sheets. more
Fewer Americans lined up last week to file for jobless benefits, highlighting the persistent strength of the labor market. more
A recent report on the hottest markets for office space found Boston among the top 10 nationally for growth in rents, between the second quarters of 2013 and 2015. more
Massachusetts home sales continue to pick up momentum, with pending sales in August jumping 42 percent from the same period last year, according to the Massachusetts Association of Realtors. more
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