Lardaro: 2Q ‘not kind’ to Rhode Island

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URI ECONOMIST Leonard Lardaro said that Rhode Island maintained a value of 58 for the third consecutive month on his Current Conditions Index for May.For a larger version of this image, CLICK HERE. /
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The second quarter hasn’t been “all that kind to Rhode Island,” said a University of Rhode Island economist, while warning that the state’s economic recovery may be plateauing. According to the Current Conditions Index, authored by Leonard Lardaro, Rhode Island had a value of 58 for the third consecutive month in May.…

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