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2004, issue Jun

District economies gain momentum in early 2004 pp. 1-4 Downloads
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2004, issue Mar

Housing markets still going strong in Twelfth District states pp. 1 Downloads
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Job picture bright for some District states pp. 3 Downloads
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Information technology sector gains momentum pp. 3 Downloads
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District export growth picks up pp. 4 Downloads
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Annual profile of the Twelfth District, 2004 pp. 5 Downloads
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2003, issue Dec

Economy on the upswing in the Twelfth District pp. 1-4 Downloads
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2003, issue Sep

Federal defense spending boosts District state economies pp. 1 Downloads
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District tourism on the rise pp. 2 Downloads
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Job markets remain weak in District pp. 2 Downloads
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IT sector showing signs of improvement pp. 4 Downloads
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Update on state budget issues pp. 4 Downloads
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2003, issue Jun

A tale of three cities: Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle pp. 1 Downloads
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Less than great expectations for District economy pp. 2 Downloads
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Hard times for IT pp. 3 Downloads
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Bleak house: California yet to pass budget pp. 4 Downloads
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2003, issue Mar

Budget problems loom large in the West, economic impact less clear pp. 1 Downloads
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District economy on hold in first quarter pp. 2 Downloads
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Past comes into focus: annual employment revisions pp. 2 Downloads
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IT still up and down, but outlook improving pp. 3 Downloads
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Two faces of District aerospace pp. 4 Downloads
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Annual profile of the Twelfth District pp. 5 Downloads
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2002, issue Dec

West Coast port disruptions highlight flexibility of U.S. businesses pp. 1 Downloads
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District recovery down but not out pp. 2 Downloads
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Commercial real estate slips further, residential cools pp. 2 Downloads
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District IT advantage holds pp. 3 Downloads
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Capital expenditure plans stable for 2003 pp. 4 Downloads
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2002, issue Sep

Economic downturn challenges state budgets in Twelfth District pp. 1 Downloads
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District employment slow to recover pp. 2 Downloads
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Consumer spending, housing hold their own pp. 3 Downloads
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High-tech sector slows, cuts employment pp. 4 Downloads
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2002, issue Jun

Consumers keep home prices rising throughout the West pp. 1 Downloads
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Signs of life in District IT pp. 3 Downloads
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Employment growth remains lackluster pp. 4 Downloads
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2002, issue Mar

Office market slumps, housing demand remains strong in District pp. 1 Downloads
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District adds jobs in January pp. 3 Downloads
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District export values fall in 2001, led by high-tech pp. 4 Downloads
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2001, issue Dec

Twelfth District growth slows in October, outpaces nation pp. 1 Downloads
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Government engine of growth may stall pp. 2 Downloads
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Travel, high-tech raise District unemployment pp. 3 Downloads
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District exposure to key sectors affected by attacks pp. 4 Downloads
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2001, issue Oct

Tragedy reduces Twelfth District economic growth prospects pp. 1 Downloads
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District employment growth slows further pp. 2 Downloads
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Consumer spending, housing demand ease pp. 3 Downloads
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2001, issue Jun

Technology downturn slows district economy pp. 1 Downloads
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Office vacancies rise, but remain close to natural rate pp. 2 Downloads
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California electricity update pp. 3 Downloads
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2001, issue Mar

Signs of economic slowing follow blockbuster year for West pp. 1 Downloads
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Benchmarked 2000 employment data revised up pp. 2 Downloads
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Consumer confidence, spending weaken pp. 2 Downloads
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Options, capital gains boost California revenues pp. 3 Downloads
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Housing, construction remain brisk pp. 3 Downloads
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Energy costs show through to consumers pp. 3 Downloads
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