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Colorado’s Business Index Remains Strong
Colorado’s economy slowed slightly from June to July, falling from 58.7 to 54.8, according to the Goss Institute’s Business Conditions Index. The index rates an economy’s growth potential over the next three to six months on a scale of 0 to 100 based on new orders, production, employment, delivery lead time, and inventories.
Colorado’s economy, which has fallen below 50 in the index only once since 2009, added jobs at twice the national pace during the first half of 2013.
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