Updated March 24 at 8:24am
Economic Indicators
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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
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
Where can one find the most expensive homes in Rhode Island? Block Island took this title in 2016, topping the million-dollar mark for median sales price, according to The Warren Group, which compiled a list of the most exclusive communities in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut, based on sales data. more
Personal spending barely increased in February and the prior month’s advance was revised down as Americans saved more of their incomes. more
The Rhode Island economy continues to improve and grow, if slowly. The state's gross domestic product expanded 1.4 percent in 2015 and is projected to increase 1.2 percent in 2016. The state employed 492,700 workers in November 2016, which … more
(Updated 2:29 p.m.) Federal Reserve officials raised interest rates for the first time this year and forecast a steeper path for borrowing costs in 2017, saying inflation expectations have increased “considerably” and suggesting the labor market is tightening. more
U.S. factory output dropped in November for the first time in three months, showing an anemic recovery in manufacturing after an extended slowdown. more
Federal Reserve officials left interest rates unchanged while acknowledging rising confidence among consumers and businesses following Donald Trump’s election victory. more
Gear up for another year of two halves. more
Gasoline prices climbed 2 cents in Rhode Island and fell 2 cents in Massachusetts this week, according to AAA Northeast. more
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