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New weekly unemployment claims in Colorado fell below pre-pandemic levels for the first time in more than 68 weeks.
Increased household savings levels, lack of a negative income shock that accompanies most recessions and pent-up consumer spending will all dr…
John Suthers has plenty of economic development wins as mayor — a massive Amazon distribution center and Southwest Airlines expanding to Colorado Springs to name two — but he called the loss of the U.S. Space Command to Huntsville, Ala., his biggest setback.
The timing and extent of the nation's and Colorado's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will depend on how quickly the virus spreads in the coming months, a Federal Reserve Bank economist said Tuesday.
Expect a "rough" winter this year as the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies, but ultimately the Colorado Springs and Colorado economies will recover stronger and faster than the rest of the nation, economist Tatiana Bailey says.