Perhaps it’s not surprising but it’s always good to hear that Colorado’s economy is doing as well if not better than expected.
According to the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business, Colorado’s economy is outperforming the nation in 2015.
Statistics for the advanced 2014 gross domestic product estimates released in June showed Colorado’s growing by 4.7 percent, far outpacing the 2.2 percent growth the United States is experiencing.
Colorado also recorded faster growth in employment, home prices and personal income than the nation in 2014, reflected by Colorado business leaders who have more confidence in the state economy than the national economy, according to the Leeds Business Confidence Index.
In December 2014, the…