Updated January 24 at 12:26pm
Economic Indicators
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The state’s Current Conditions Index remains at 75 for the third consecutive month, according to Leonard Lardaro, a University of Rhode Island economist. more
Private industry costs for employee compensation in the Northeast were highest among the four national regions in September at $39.06 per hour, the New England Information Office of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. more
The Massachusetts economy is growing at a moderate, but steady, pace, according to the latest issue of MassBenchmarks, the journal of the Massachusetts economy published by the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute in collaboration with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. more
Consumer confidence jumped more than forecast this month as Americans expressed the sunniest picture of their financial situation in 11 years, extending a boost following Donald Trump’s election victory. more
Rhode Island had the fifth-highest percentage of residential properties in negative equity in the third quarter at 10 percent, CoreLogic said Thursday. more
A majority of American adults -- 54 percent -- are bullish on the U.S. stock market for 2017 and almost four in 10 say they anticipate being in a better financial situation during the upcoming year than they are now. more
Fewer Americans filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, reinforcing the picture of a healthy job market. more
Providence County’s average weekly wage in the second quarter was $993, $4 higher than the nationwide average and $44 higher than Rhode Island’s average weekly wage, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Wednesday. more
Rhode Island had the seventh-highest percentage of noncurrent home loans in October at 7.3 percent, Black Knight Financial Services said this week. more
Home prices in the Providence-Warwick-Fall River metropolitan area climbed 4.8 percent over the year in October, CoreLogic said Tuesday. more
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