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Current Index Deteriorated Slightly Between November and December March 2015 12
Average Cost of Groceries in Wichita Four Percent Below National Average March 2015 12
Current Index Improved Slightly Between October and November January 2015 54
Current Level of Economic Activity in Wichita Marginally Below 2013 Level January 2015 119
Current Conditions and Leading Indices Both Increase November 2014 144
Leading Index Forecasts Stronger Economy November 2014 180
Leading Index Forecasts a Stronger Economy September 2014 207
Indices Decline 1 Percent from May to June August 2014 224
Indices Grow from April to May July 2014 262
Indices Exhibit Monthly Growth June 2014 221
Indices Remain Stable in March May 2014 206
WSU Indices Lose Ground in February April 2014 234
WSU Indices Improve From a Year Ago March 2014 230
WSU Indices Decrease 0.2 Percent February 2014 236
WSU Indices Show Monthly Increase January 2014 271
Hours and Earnings of Production Workers Impact Current Index December 2013 269
Employment Indicators Boost Current Index December 2013 239
Index Suggests Economic Improvement December 2013 232
Annual Change in Index Reflects Economic Stability August 2013 266
Economic Activity is Expected to Decline Somewhat August 2013 266
Index Suggests a Dip in the Economy August 2013 250
WSU Leading Index Is Impacted by Aircraft Production August 2013 250
Employment Raises Index Value June 2013 258
WSU Leading Index Predicts Modest Growth June 2013 274
WSU Wichita Leading Conditions Index May 2013 475
WSU Current Conditions Index May 2013 464
Current Conditions Index Has a Strong Year March 2013 406
Leading Index Rallies at Year-End March 2013 376
Leading Index Falters in 2012 January 2013 443
Index Growth is Slow, But Steady January 2013 428
October Index Performance Surpasses Previous 13 Months January 2013 421
WSU Current Conditions Index Hits a Three-Year High January 2013 455
WSU Current Conditions Index Remains Stable November 2012 416
WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Attempts a Rally November 2012 445
Current Conditions Index Experiences Little Change October 2012 474
Leading Index Indicators Exhibit Volatility in August October 2012 391
Current Conditions Index Reflects Economic Stability September 2012 444
Leading Index Changes Direction September 2012 433
Upward Trend Continues for WSU Index August 2012 453
Leading Index Suggests a Weaker Economy on the Horizon August 2012 376
Residential Construction Helps Keep Index Loss in Check June 2012 407
WSU Index Trends Upward June 2012 448
WSU Current Conditions Index Shows Little Upward Movement May 2012 312
WSU Current Conditions Index Breaks a Downward Trend April 2012 480
Growth in the WSU Leading Index Bodes Well for Wichita March 2012 292
Index Is Stabilized by Increasing Employment March 2012 299
Index Growth Slows in 2011 February 2012 389
Current Conditions Index Slips Fourth Quarter February 2012 425
Index Drops Despite A Lower Unemployment Rate January 2012 384
Local Index Benefits From Improving U.S. Indicators December 2011 418
Reduced Home Sales Continue to Impact WSU Index December 2011 438
WSU Current Conditions Index Shows Little Fluctuation November 2011 309
Growth Characterizes the WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index November 2011 293
WSU Leading Index Remains Strong October 2011 289
WSU Current Conditions Index Loses Its Upward Momentum October 2011 321
Leading Index Hits a Bump in the Road September 2011 443
Current Conditions Index Reflects Stability in the Economy September 2011 383
WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Continues in Growth Mode August 2011 428
WSU Current Conditions Index Maintains Slow, Steady Growth August 2011 470
WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Is Gaining Strength July 2011 434
WSU Current Conditions Index Rebounds July 2011 410
WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Suggests a Good Year June 2011 579
WSU Current Conditions Index Provides Encouragement June 2011 566
WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Shows Significant Strength May 2011 566
WSU Current Conditions Index Reflects Stability May 2011 571
WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Lags in February April 2011 587
WSU Current Conditions Index Rallies in 2011 April 2011 677
WSU Leading Index Gathers Strength March 2011 658
WSU Current Conditions Index Shows Some Improvement March 2011 676
WSU Leading Index Forecasts a Stronger Economy February 2011 716
WSU Current Conditions Index Remains Weak February 2011 690
WSU Current Conditions Index Loses Ground February 2011 607
WSU Current Conditions Index Remains Stable November 2010 598
WSU Current Conditions Index Takes a Downward Turn December 2010 514
WSU Leading Index Continues Its Upward Trend November 2010 654
WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Leans More Toward Growth Than Decline December 2010 513
WSU Leading Index Provides Encouragement February 2011 561
WSU Leading Index Maintains a Positive Direction October 2010 531
WSU Current Conditions Index Bears Watching October 2010 536
Index Points to Future Possibilities September 2010 566
WSU Current Conditions Index Slips in July September 2010 539
Growth in the WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Remains Erratic August 2010 603
WSU Current Conditions Index Rebounds in 2010 August 2010 644
WSU Leading Economic Indicators Index Struggles for Stability July 2010 581
WSU Current Conditions Index Rallies in 2010 July 2010 583
WSU Leading Index Struggles for a Foothold May 2010 973
Growth in the WSU Current Conditions Index Is Positive, but Tentative May 2010 896
Uncommon Data Event Interrupts Index Growth April 2010 1075
WSU Current Conditions Index Rises Slowly April 2010 902
Leading Indicators Point to Recovery March 2010 913
Current Economic Outlook Brightens March 2010 947
Kansas State Data Center Provides Historical County Data February 2008 718

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