Colorado’s economic indicators slipped in May, but remain healthy, according to information from the Goss Institute for Economic Research. Employment, production and sales, inventory and new orders are all still above national levels, however. “Durable goods producers are outperforming non-durable goods manufacturers in the state,” he said. “Heavy manufacturers are adding employees at the same […]

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