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Economist:Wyoming Economy Looks Strong

Goss says his survey of bank executives in the state shows most expect continued growth and low unemployment rates.

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Scott Olson, Getty Images
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Economist Says Housing Prices Increasing

Goss says the current housing market is in a "bubble, adding that while home sales are not back to pre-2008 levels, "we're headed in that direction".

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Economist Ernie Goss
Economist Ernie Goss
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Wednesday on The Morning Zone

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7:07AM MDT Early Bird Open Lines: Call in with your thoughts at 1-888-503-6500 toll free or locally at 307-632-6500 or 632-3323

7:37 AM MDT:  Goss Institute for Economic Research Director Dr. Ernie Goss guests to discuss his latest Mountain States Economic Report.

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Economist Ernie Goss of Creighton University
Economist Ernie Goss of Creighton University
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Mountain States Economic Report

~~By Dr. Ernie Goss~~

Mountain States Indicator Climbs for March:

 Economic Outlook Improves as Inflation Cools


March survey results at a glance:

·         Very healthy growth among manufacturers more than offset weaker conditions for energy linked firms.

·         Almost three-fourths of firms indicated that federal spending sequestratio

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Watchdog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
Watchdog on Wall Street Chris Markowski
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Wednesday’s Morning Zone on The Economy and Ask A Local Expert

7:07AM MDT : Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski guests with the latest on those issues effecting our pocket books.

7:37AM MDT Creighton University Economist, Professor Ernie Goss guests to examine the latest mountain states economic information. Inflation Pressures Down...April sur

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Economist Ernie Goss
Economist Ernie Goss
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Goss Index Predicts Growing State Economy [AUDIO]

An environmental group has petitioned the federal government to reduce air pollutants in Wyoming and seven other western states. Amy Richards reports. For the 24th straight month, Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss's survey of purchasing managers is forecasting a growing economy for Wyoming --and to a somewhat lesser degree, Utah and Colorado. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Economist Ernie Goss
Economist Ernie Goss
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Economist Predicts State, Regional Growth [AUDIO]

The Obama administration has announced plans to speed up permitting and construction of seven proposed electrical transmission projects. Doug Randall has details. A Creighton University Economist is predicting continued economic expansion in the tri-state region of Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. But Dr. Ernie Goss says the growth could slow down a bit. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Grizzly Bear (Yellowstone National Park)
Grizzly Bear (Yellowstone National Park)
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Bear Kills Hiker in Yellowstone [AUDIO]

A Creighton University economist says his survey of purchasing managers  in the three-state region which includes Wyoming, Colorado and Utah is forecasting economic growth. Ernie Goss says Wyoming's score on his growth index is especially favorable. A hiker in Yellowstone National Park was mauled to death by a grizzly bear Wednesday. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Mule Deer (National Park Service0
Mule Deer (National Park Service0
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Guernsey Receives Special Mule Deer Permit[audio]

A Creighton University Economist is predicting economic growth in Wyoming, as well as Utah and Colorado. Amy Richards has a report on the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's approval of a special mule deer permit allowing the Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center to harvest 20 mule deer which have become a safety hazard for the camp's runway. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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