DENVER (AP) – A U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis report says Colorado has gone from having the 10th-best economy among states in the second quarter to being the ninth-worst economy in the third quarter. The report released last week reflected volatility involving what states reported in the second and third quarters.
Nevada went from the second-worst economy in the second quarter to the top economy in the third quarter. Tennessee went from the third-worst economy to second place in the most recent quarter.
Colorado’s unemployment rate has remained stagnant at around 6% for the past three months.
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