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SPORTSBOOK: Guests relax in a lounge at the sportsbook at the Twin River Casino Hotel in Lincoln. The casino’s sports-betting venue opened in late November and, together with the sportsbook at Tiverton Casino Hotel, which opened a week later, generated nearly $624,000 through March.  

Delays, misjudgment hamper R.I. take from sports betting

Sports gambling is still projected as a strong revenue source for Rhode Island, but not an annual fix for whatever ails the state budget. A...
THE CURRENT CONDITIONS Index value in April was 58, marking economic expansion. URI economist Leonard Lardaro said despite the expansion, the indicators showed slowing economic momentum in the state. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

Lardaro: R.I. April CCI shows economic expansion but also weakening momentum

PROVIDENCE – The Current Conditions Index for Rhode Island in April had a value of 58, according to University of Rhode Island economist Leonard...
THE RHODE ISLAND current conditions index for March was 50, indicating neither expansion nor contraction. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

Lardaro: No growth in R.I. economy in March

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s current conditions index showed improvement in March, but still ended the first quarter with no sign of growth, University of...
THE RHODE ISLAND CCI VALUE in February was 42, indicating contraction. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

Lardaro: ‘Abysmal’ R.I. February CCI potential sign of oncoming recession

PROVIDENCE – The Current Conditions Index for Rhode Island was 42 in February, indicating contraction, according to University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro...
NINE OF THE 12 economic indicators included in the Rhode Island current conditions index compiled by University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro improved year over year in January. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

Lardaro: After ‘bizarre’ revisions, R.I. CCI starts on positive note

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s current conditions index value was 75 in January, level with its value one year prior and 17 points higher than...
DECEMBER 2018's Current Conditions Index was measured at 50 - a 17-point decline from November and a 33-point decline year over year. The data was released Monday in the latest report from University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

A drop from Nov., but CCI closes 2018 in neutral territory

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – After a double-digit climb in November, the December 2018 Current Conditions Index fell 17 points to a value of 50, according...
A 16-POINT INCREASE was measured in the November 2018 CCI compared to the October 2018 figure. However, the latest data still represents a 34-point decrease year over year when compared to November 2017. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

CCI increases in Nov., but signs point to “weakening” economy

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Characterizing November’s performance as a “reprieve” from October's results, University of Rhode Island Economist Leonard Lardaro announced the November Rhode Island...
THE OCTOBER CCI was measured at 42, in Leonard Lardaro's most recent report. A value below 50 indicates contraction. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

CCI value falls to lowest value in more than 2 years

SOUTH KINGSTON – Falling to its lowest point in 28 months, the October Current Conditions Index declined to a value of 42, shedding 25...
THE CURRENT CONDISTION INDEX, compiled by URI economist Leonard Lardaro, reflected a value of 67 in September. A value above 50 reflects growth. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

September CCI holds at 67

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Calling the third quarter of 2018 “disappointing at best,” University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro’s Current Conditions Index report measured...
THE CURRENT CONDITIONS INDEX for Rhode Island in July was 67, the lowest recorded value for the year so far, following revisions to July CCI measurements. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

August CCI reflects lowest value of the year

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Following July revisions, eight points were lost month to month in the August Current Conditions Index as the measure declined to...

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