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Series:New England Economic Indicators  Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of Boston 

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Higher wages in New England: too much of a good thing

New England Economic Indicators , Issue Q III , Pages IV-X

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Fiscal condition of the New England states

New England Economic Indicators , Issue Jun , Pages i-iv

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The economic performance of the New England states in 2003: an overview

Burdened by the poor performances of the labor markets in Connecticut and Massachusetts, the New England region lost jobs for the third year in a row. The region lost jobs in nearly all major industries and added jobs in only two: leisure & hospitality and education & health services. Even with an unemployment rate that rose, New England had a lower rate of joblessness than most other Census divisions and the nation overall. Demand for residential real estate remained strong, as home prices soared at above-average rates. Consumer price inflation persisted at a higher rate in the region than ...
New England Economic Indicators , Issue Apr , Pages i-xiv

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The role of services and manufacturing in New England's economic resurgence

New England Economic Indicators , Issue Q II , Pages iv-viii

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Comments on changes to regional employment data: benchmark revisions and NAICS conversion

This article discusses the impact of two major revisions to Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) employment data made during 2003. The first change, the annual benchmark revisions, anchored data to the 2002 benchmark. These revisions show that job losses in New England over the past two years were more severe than previously reported. Meanwhile, for the first time since the implementation of the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system in 1939, all existing industry classifications were redefined as BLS introduced the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) to a range of ...
New England Economic Indicators , Issue May , Pages i-viii

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Growing... but slowing? : an overview of New England's economic performance in 2006

New England?s economic performance was somewhat mixed during 2006. On one hand, all six states added jobs over the course of the year, and the region?s unemployment rate remained steady. The region as a whole picked up jobs in nearly all major industries. Export values and income and wages also increased. One the other hand, much of the economic growth experienced by the region was slower than that seen in the nation as a whole. Although the unemployment rate did not go up for the region, the nation saw joblessness decrease. Moreover, real estate markets, though weak nationwide, were even ...
New England Economic Indicators , Issue Jun , Pages 2-14

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State anti-takeover statutes

New England Economic Indicators , Issue Q IV , Pages iv-xi

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Economic performance of the New England states in 1998: an overview

New England Economic Indicators , Issue May , Pages i-x

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The fiscal condition of the New England states: an update

In 1999, New England Economic Indicators published an article detailing the fiscal condition of the New England states. At that time, all six states were experiencing double-digit revenue growth, spearheaded by soaring personal income tax receipts. Flush with cash, states were able to fund myriad programs, capitalize rainy day funds, and enact widespread tax cuts. The article concluded, quite correctly, that "all in all, the fiscal condition of the New England states remains strong." And remain strong it did through FY2000 and FY2001. In FY2002, the states' fortunes changed.
New England Economic Indicators , Issue Jan , Pages i-iv

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Definitions and sources of indicators data

Descriptions of the methodologies and data sources used in the preparation of Indicators each month.
New England Economic Indicators , Issue Oct , Pages i-vii

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