The latest economic forecast from the Colorado Futures Center predicts that the state’s economy will continue slowing in coming months, and that growth may even turn negative for a brief period in early 2023.
A market ‘correction’ won’t solve the state’s affordable housing challenge without an unprecedented drop in home prices
While recession is not yet in the forecast, Colorado’s economy is showing vulnerabilities to broader macroeconomic conditions and is exhibiting signs of slowing.
A new economic forecast from the Colorado Futures Center predicts that the state’s economy will continue growing in coming months, though at an increasingly slower rate.
Colorado Futures Center and Keystone Policy Center report: Low share of affordable housing for Colorado teachers
Less than 20% of homes in Colorado are valued at a price that is affordable for teachers earning an average salary, according to a new report released today by the Keystone Policy Center.
The ColoradoCast, the state’s only short-term economic forecast, forecasts that Colorado’s economic growth will slow considerably in the fourth quarter of 2022.
The ColoradoCast, the state’s only short-term economic forecast, shows that the economy will be growing at an annual rate of 4.47% through June 2022.
Economic activity in Colorado rebounded to its pre-pandemic high in September 2021 and the economy is projected to continue to expand, according to a new quarterly report release by the reestablished Colorado Futures Center at Colorado State University System.