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Economist Forecasts Slow Growth

Laramie City Manager Janine Jordan and City Councilman Klause Hanson discuss the Cirrus Sky Technology Park at an open house. (Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media)

Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss says his survey of purchasing managers in the tri-state region of Wyoming, Colorado and Utah is forecasting economic growth, although at a somewhat slower rate than some earlier surveys.

Goss says the region as a whole as well as Wyoming in particular scored 55.9 in November. Anything above a score of 50 on Goss’s scale predicts growth. Wyoming has scored a 57.6 on Goss’s scale in October, while the region as a whole scored 58.6. Goss says the score generally indicates growth will continue, adding the outlook for the tri-state region remains considerably stronger than the outlook for the U..S. economy as a whole.

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