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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
IHS Top-10 predictions foresee momentum in global economy to improve during 2015 on positive fundamentals
Index was even in October, year-over-year growth continues; West North Central region takes over top index spot; Washington takes over lead as the top ranked state; Dallas surges to reclaim top spot among metro areas
Robust domestic demand growth, strengthening dollar, and rising oil production propelling U.S. growth; U.K. also doing well while rest of world struggles
Year-over-year index growth remains positive, but declined 0.22 percent for the quarter; East South Central region takes over top index spot; Wisconsin maintains lead as the top ranked state; Seattle rises to the top among metro areas