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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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Jerry Bunkers, flickr
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Goss: Continued Growth For Wyoming Economy

Goss says manufacturing and construction are doing quite well in the Cowboy state,

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Jerry Bunkers, flickr
Jerry Bunkers, flickr
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Economists Say State Economy Ready To Rebound [Audio}

AARP is encouraging it's members and all older Americans to take advantage of the open enrollment for Medicare between October 15th and December 7th. Amy Richards reports. State economists say Wyoming's economic recovery is ready to accelerate again  after a recent slowdown

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Jerry Bunkers, flickr
Jerry Bunkers, flickr
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Economist Predicts Wyoming Growth

Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss says his March survey of supply managers in Wyoming is forecasting continuing growth for the state economy.

Goss says his survey shows healthy growth among firms dealing in non-durable goods such as chemicals and food products was more than enough to offset slowdowns among durable goods companies and energy-related firms

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Economist Ernie Goss of Creighton University
Economist Ernie Goss of Creighton University
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Goss Predicts Slow Growth

Creighton University Economics Professor Ernie Goss says his latest survey of purchasing managers in Wyoming is predicting slow growth over the next six months or so.

Wyoming scored a 53.6 in Goss's latest survey, with a score of 50

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

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

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Brendan Hoffman, Getty Images
Brendan Hoffman, Getty Images
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New Report Shows State Job Growth

A Senior Economist with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Research and Planning Division says Wyoming's job growth during the first two quarters of 2012 was far ahead of the quarterly average over the last five years.

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Dale Steenbergen
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
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Tuesday On The Morning Zone, Healthcare, Silent Majority, and The Chamber

It's another fabulous day in the Morning Zone. Join us to hear these great discussions.

7:07AM MDT: Healthcare Is Not for Sharing...Contributor & author: Dr. Jane M. Orient, Medical Physician and Ex

rychlepozicky, Flickr
rychlepozicky, Flickr
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Mountain States’ Leading Economic Indicator Climbs: Inflation Cools

~~~By Ernie Goss~~~

June survey results at a glance:

· Leading economic indicator rises again.

· Pullback in inflationary pressures.

· New export orders drop for the month as concerns mount over Europe's problems.

· Less than ten percent exp

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(Christopher Furlong/Getty)
(Christopher Furlong/Getty)
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Wyoming Economy: The Good and Not So Good

The state's most recent economic indicators show some good news and some not so good news. Jim Robinson, Senior Economist With the state's Economic Analysis Division, says natural gas prices at the Opal hub averaged $2.24 per mcf in may. Robinson says while prices are below what experts had pr

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