- Fla. economists continue to predict growth Updated: Dec-06-13 7:50 pm
- Markets solid after strong US jobs data Updated: Dec-06-13 12:26 pm
- German orders disappoint, but growth forecast up Updated: Dec-06-13 7:16 am
- $1 billion Minn. budget surplus sets up scurry Updated: Dec-05-13 5:22 pm
- UK government predicting surplus by decade's end Updated: Dec-05-13 3:29 pm
- Report: California continues uneven recovery Updated: Dec-05-13 1:19 pm
- Arizona leaders hear mixed economic forecast Updated: Dec-04-13 6:55 pm
- CEOs more optimistic about economy and hiring Updated: Dec-04-13 12:32 pm
- US service sector grows at slower pace last month Updated: Dec-04-13 11:13 am
- Venezuelan oil diplomacy curbed by economic crisis Updated: Dec-02-13 3:16 am
- Lower gas prices lifting hopes for holiday sales Updated: Nov-27-13 11:16 am
- Thailand cuts interest rate amid political strife Updated: Nov-27-13 6:04 am
- US consumer confidence falls to 7-month low Updated: Nov-26-13 11:25 am
- Ohio holiday shopping forecast up Updated: Nov-25-13 10:52 am
- Europeans critique each other's budget plans Updated: Nov-22-13 3:28 pm
- Economists predict steady job growth in Michigan Updated: Nov-22-13 11:22 am
- Economists: Ore. tax hikes raise chance for kicker Updated: Nov-21-13 2:33 pm
- U-M forecast predicts more US economic growth Updated: Nov-21-13 9:38 am
- Wash. revenue forecast remains steady Updated: Nov-20-13 5:55 pm
- Solid Oct. retail sales lift hopes for US economy Updated: Nov-20-13 4:53 pm
- National drone test site could mean billions in NV Updated: Nov-19-13 3:28 pm
- OECD cuts global growth forecasts Updated: Nov-19-13 10:58 am
- New Jersey towns hope to be Super, too Updated: Nov-14-13 6:13 pm
- Slow New England job growth seen lagging US gains Updated: Nov-13-13 2:05 pm
- Economic forecast: NH job recovery still slow Updated: Nov-13-13 12:29 pm
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - Florida economists are projecting steady growth in the state's economy over the next few years, giving Gov. Rick Scott more leeway to push for tax cuts next year.
LONDON - Global stocks rose Friday as investors welcomed forecast-busting U.S. jobs data, even though they reinforced expectations that the Federal Reserve will begin to reduce its monetary stimulus this month.
BERLIN - German industrial orders dropped unexpectedly sharply in October, according to data released Friday, but the central bank raised its growth forecast for the country's economy on healthy domestic demand fueled by low unemployment.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - A gaining economy drove a projection Thursday of a nearly $1.1 billion Minnesota budget surplus, touching off an instant scramble from people seeking more spending, tax cuts, or saving for a rainy day.
LONDON - Austerity will remain in place in Britain for years to come, the government insisted Thursday even though the U.K. economy is growing faster than most of its peers.
LOS ANGELES - California's economic recovery has been a mixed bag with coastal regions seeing healthy job growth while inlands areas continue to struggle, according to the UCLA Anderson Forecast.
PHOENIX - An economic researcher said Wednesday that Arizona's economy is expanding at a slow but steady pace with population and employment growth rates that outpace most other states.
WASHINGTON - A survey of chief executives at the largest U.S. companies shows a growing number are slightly more optimistic about the economy's prospects for the next six months and expect to boost hiring.
WASHINGTON - U.S. service sector firms grew in November at the weakest pace since June, evidence that cautious spending by consumers and businesses may be slowing growth.
CARACAS, Venezuela - The late President Hugo Chavez's dream of leveraging Venezuela's oil wealth to spread revolution across Latin America is crumbling under the weight of an economic crisis that is forcing his hand-picked successor to cut back on generous foreign aid.
WASHINGTON - No one begs Santa Claus for cheaper gasoline. Yet falling gas prices are shaping up as an unexpected gift for drivers - and for people on their holiday shopping lists.
BANGKOK - Thailand's central bank unexpectedly lowered the cost of credit Wednesday as escalating protests to topple the government add to pressure on the economy.
WASHINGTON - U.S. consumers' confidence in the economy fell in November to the lowest level in seven months, dragged down by greater concerns about hiring and pay in the coming months.
CINCINNATI - Retail researchers expect sales to be up this holiday shopping season for Ohio businesses.
BRUSSELS - Finance ministers from nations using the euro currency met Friday for the first time to critique each other's spending plans for next year.
DETROIT - Michigan has been successfully replenishing the severe job losses it suffered in the last decade and will steadily continue to do so over the next two years, university researchers predicted in a report released Friday.
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon legislators raised taxes in September by nicking the wealthy and corporations, but they learned Thursday that new money may be offset by kicker tax rebates in 2015 that would go to all individual taxpayers.
ANN ARBOR, Michigan - Economists at the University of Michigan say the U.S. economy will continue a steady climb over the next two years.
OLYMPIA, Washington - Washington state's revenue outlook is holding steady as economists expect a continued trend of slow economic growth.
WASHINGTON - An increase in shopping last month during the partial government shutdown suggests that the U.S. economy may be more resilient than some have feared.
RENO, Nevada - Aerospace industry officials trying to persuade the U.S. government to make Nevada home to a national drone test site say the unmanned aerial vehicles represent a potential gold mine for the state worth billions of dollars.
PARIS - Global growth is expected to lag this year and next, but for the first time in a long time, it's not all Europe's fault.
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey - The Vince Lombardi Trophy will be awarded in just under three months' time, but the competition has already begun in earnest for a more lucrative prize.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Federal spending cuts and reduced consumer demand are slowing economic growth in New England, according to a set of projections released Wednesday.
CONCORD, New Hampshire - A new economic report predicts that New Hampshire manufacturers will continue to produce more with fewer workers over the next five years.