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The national index grew 0.04 percent in April; West North Central remains top-ranked region; Washington regains top index spot among states; Dallas maintains lead as top-performing metro area for seventh straight month
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National index decreased slightly in March, but is up 0.23 percent through first three months of the year; West North Central maintains top index spot; Texas falls to third-ranked state, trailing Indiana and Washington; Dallas remains highest-performing metro area for sixth straight month
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Weak euro and lower oil prices to help gross domestic product grow by 1.1 percent this year, slightly above government forecast
Coalition government may have to choose between avoiding economic collapse and its own survival
The national index grew 0.19 percent in February; West North Central region continues to hold top index spot; Indiana maintains lead as top-ranked state; Dallas remains highest-performing metro area
Share of job growth will rise to more than 75 percent from 2020 to 2034
BRICS gap widens as developed economies take lead; Oil price plunge to transfer $1.5 trillion to consumers
Job growth continues with national index level above 100; West North Central region maintains top index spot; Washington remains top ranked state; Dallas continues to lead metro areas