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  • Cleveland—Slow Growth Continues

    Overall, economic conditions were stable in the Cleveland metro area during the first half of 2017. While employment growth has been weak, the unemployment rate has declined in recent months. The housing market remains strong, with both home price growth and the number of building permits issued at or near their highest levels since the recovery began in June 2009. Read More
  • Cincinnati—Continued Strong Performance

    The Cincinnati metro area continues to perform more strongly than Ohio across various metrics. Compared to Ohio, Cincinnati's unemployment rate and credit card delinquency rate are lower, while its home price values and payroll employment growth are higher. Read More
  • Neighborhood Change in the Fourth Federal Reserve District: A Multivariate Approach

    This special report provides a description of neighborhood change in the four largest cities of the Fourth Federal Reserve District, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1970 to 2010. Read More
  • Challenging the Kentucky “Uglies”

    Organizations in eastern Kentucky are working to reduce health disparities and build a healthier and more productive population and a stronger regional economy. Read More
  • State of the State: Kentucky

    Annualized payroll employment growth has slowed in the District and the nation, but there are reasons to remain upbeat about the near-term outlook.​ Read More

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