Economy

Lawmakers discuss refugee resettlement effects on North Dakota


Economy looking good for 2018


US hiring jumps after hurricanes as employers add 261K jobs


Fed leaves key rate unchanged but hints at future hikes


Oliver County edges out N.D. oil counties for highest average wages in 2016


Business is booming in North Dakota


Gas prices decrease in North Dakota


Oil and agriculture slump hurt early 2016 taxable sales and purchases


NDDOT fuel tax revenue down


Low oil, agriculture prices impacting ND airlines


Moody's Analytics declares ND in a recession, but recovering


Taxable sales down but consumer confidence strong


State "returning to pre-oil boom economy" says tax commissioner


Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman working on development projects, despite oil downturn


Lagging tax revenue may warrant special session


Iron Eyes says N.D. needs to provide for a long-term energy economy, not just short oil booms



 

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