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Just Released: June Regional Business Surveys Paint a Mixed Picture
Just Released: The Regional Economy Is off to a Good Start in 2017
Just Released: Regional Business Surveys Point to Growth in Economic Activity
Lower Manhattan since 9/11: A Study in Resilience
Just Released: Job Growth in the Region
Just Released: Firms Assess the Effects of the Affordable Care Act
Puerto Rico’s Shrinking Labor Force Participation
Just Released: May’s Indexes of Coincident Economic Indicators Show Economic Growth Moderating across the Region
Hey, Economist! What Did You Make of “The Big Short”?
The “Cadillac Tax”: Driving Firms to Change Their Plans?
Just Released: Job Market Remains Tight as Regional Economy Slows
Just Released: Regional Service Sector Resilient even as Manufacturing Slumps
Just Released: An Update on Regional Economic Conditions Provided at Our Economic Press Briefing
Will Silicon Alley Be the Next Silicon Valley?
Just Released: April Empire State Manufacturing Survey Indicates Sluggish Conditions
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Just Released: January Business Leaders Survey Indicates Regional Business Conditions Are Finally Back to Normal
New York City’s Not-So-Outer Boroughs
Just Released: Firms Weigh in on Affordable Care Act in August Business Surveys
Just Released: July Empire State Manufacturing Survey Shows Strength
Just Released: April Surveys Find Businesses Face Increasing Difficulty Retaining Skilled Workers
Just Released: Harsh Winter Weather Hampers Economic Activity in the Region
Puerto Rico Employment Trends–Not Quite as Bleak as They Appear
Just Released: Introducing the Business Leaders Survey
Fairfield County Weathers Job Losses in Finance
A Long Road to Economic Recovery for the U.S. Virgin Islands
Just Released: November Empire State Manufacturing Survey Shows a Decline in Activity
Long Island’s Economy Back on Track after Sandy
Consumer Confidence: A Useful Indicator of . . . the Labor Market?
Could Superstorm Sandy Stimulate the Region's Economy?
States Are Recovering Lost Jobs at Surprisingly Similar Rates
Just Released: New York’s Latest Beige Book Report Points to Sustained Growth
Just Released: April Empire State Manufacturing Survey
Just Released: February Report Points to Moderate Regional Economic Growth
The Region’s Job Rebound from Superstorm Sandy
The Path of Economic Recovery from Superstorm Sandy
How Will We Pay For Superstorm Sandy?
The Welfare Costs of Superstorm Sandy
What Are the Costs of Superstorm Sandy?
Just Released: December Empire State Manufacturing Survey
Historical Echoes: The Aftermath of a Devastating Hurricane . . . in 1938
Just Released: Press Briefing on Housing Conditions and the Economic Impact of Superstorm Sandy on the Region
Just Released: New York’s Latest Beige Book Report Points to Weakening in the Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy
Just Released: August Indexes of Coincident Economic Indicators Show Uneven Growth across the Region
Good News or Bad on New York City Jobs?
Just Released: New York’s Latest Beige Book Report Signals Steady Growth
Is Wall Street the Only Street in New York City?
Just Released: January’s Indexes of Coincident Economic Indicators Show Fairly Robust Activity across the Region
Just Released: February’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey Signals a Further Pickup
Just Released: July’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey Shows Ongoing Weakness in New York Manufacturing
The Great Recession and Recovery in the Tri-State Region
New York City’s Economic Recovery–Main Street Gets the Jump on Wall Street
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