Lardaro: R.I. economy resumes expansion, matches highest level of 2010

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THE Current Conditions Index rose to 58 in December, up from 50 in November and 42 in October. The index last peaked at 58 between June and September. For a larger version of this image, CLICK HERE. /
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Rhode Island’s economy resumed its expansion in December, University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro said as his economic index climbed to match its highest level of 2010. And Lardaro said upcoming employment data revisions might show that the state’s recovery has “more strength and momentum than recent reports indicate.” Lardaro’s Current…

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