Connecticut Business and Industry Association economist: 'a welcomed recovery.'
From art to real estate to gold – and equities too – panelists at the June 27 event “Roads Paved in Gold” delved into areas that could represent investment opportunities moving forward.
As manufacturing continues to weaken, the head of the New York Fed summarized what ails the economy.
The tri-state region economy held steady in August and September according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
New York-area manufacturers reported continued weakness in their current business.
The Federal Reserve is undertaking a third round of “quantitative easing” in a bid to pump up the economy.
More than a third of small businesses nationally fear the economy could slide back into recession.
While overall lending is up in Connecticut, small business credit remains flat.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported modest growth this summer.
Connecticut’s credit conditions weakened in the second quarter, according to a CBIA survey.
Fairfield County’s community banks had 180 fewer small-business loans outstanding as of the second quarter.
Tri-state area manufacturers reported sub-par business conditions, possibly influencing their hiring and spending plans.
Many area small businesses are still in cost-cutting mode, according to a new survey from the New York Fed.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is forecasting not just a rebound in local manufacturing – he is predicting European companies will soon announce acquisitions of...
A Greenwich hedge fund hired a former governor of the Federal Reserve.