Brookings Mountain West
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Economic recovery progressed steadily across the metropolitan Mountain West in the second quarter of 2013. Many of the region’s major metro areas counted among the strongest economic performers nationally, but output growth slowed over the quarter and the region‘s unemployment recovery looked to be stagnating. Moderate job growth and a fast and accelerating housing recovery buoyed the Mountain West economy in the second quarter.
Economic development; Housing – Prices; Metropolitan areas – Economic aspects; Recessions; Southwest (U.S); Unemployment
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Mountain Monitor - 2nd Quarter 2013.
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