Economic growth appears to be slowing in nine Midwest and Plains states, but a monthly survey of business leaders released Friday suggests the region remains healthy overall.
A recent survey of supply managers suggests growing economic strength in a nine-state region of the Plains and Midwest.
A survey suggests that rising fuel prices haven’t slowed the economy in a nine-state region in the Midwest and Plains.
The economic recovery appears to be gaining strength in nine Midwest and Plains states, with construction being the only industry still lagging, according to a new monthly report released Thursday.
The economy in nine Midwest and Plains states will likely continue to grow at a slow pace with little chance of another recession, according to a monthly survey of business managers released Monday.
Results from a July survey of business conditions in nine Midwestern and Plains states suggest a slowdown in growth.
Growing energy prices combined with weather-related supply problems has slowed economic growth in nine Midwestern and Plains states, according to a new monthly survey released Friday.
A survey in nine Midwestern and Plains states suggests that exports are helping fuel regional economic growth.
A survey in nine Midwestern and Plains states suggests that higher fuel prices are slowing the regional economy.
The economy in nine Midwest and Plains states remained strong in March because of the health of agricultural and manufacturing businesses in the region, but a new survey released Friday suggests business weakened slightly last month.
Pushed by rising farm commodity prices, the regional economy for nine Midwest and Plains states continues to improve at a healthy pace.
The regional economy will continue to grow at a healthy pace in the first half of the new year, according to a survey of supply managers in nine Midwest and Plains states that was released Monday.
Strong farm earnings continue to bolster the economy in rural parts of 10 Midwest and Plains states, according to a new survey of bank CEOs released Thursday.
A November survey of rural bankers in the Plains and Midwest suggests growing economic optimism, in part because of healthy farm income.