San Diego Econ Index Jumps Record 1.9%
San Diego Union-Tribune -- San Diego's leading economic indicators jumped by their highest level on record last month, driven by an improving job market and a pickup in home construction, the University of San Diego reported today.
"February’s record gain suggests a pickup in the pace of the local economic recovery, which has been slow," said USD economist Alan Gin, who compiles the local index of economic indicators for the university's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate. (Full Story)
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