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Wed August 14, 2013
An Economic Update For The Granite State
The New Hampshire economy still is a good-news-bad-news scenario, athough a lot more good lately. Unemployment ticked down in July, to five point-one-percent. Foreclosures ticked down as well, while home sales are roaring. But in the business world, a recent national study finds New Hampshire lagging in new business start ups, and construction is still sluggish. We’ll look at the economy from all sides and what the future may hold.
- Dennis Delay: Economist at NH Center for Public Policy Studies and Forecast Manager for New Hampshire at the New England Economic Partnership.
- Ross Gittell: Forecast Manager for New England at the New England Economic Partnership and Chancellor of the Community College System of NH.
- Bob Sanders: Reporter at New Hampshire Business Review.