City and state econs continue to improve Fed says

Friday, July 15, 2011 - 10:05 AM

Your morning economic check-in!

The New York Federal Reserve's release of the latest economic snapshot show New York City and State continuing to improve from our recession lows. The Fed shows that New Jersey's economy, on the other hand, continues to be stuck in a rut.

The Fed's most recent analysis is for May 2011 data. You can read more about here.

Lasted Fed report shows NY improving.

(Courtesy of the NY Federal Reserve)


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