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Comerica Inc. Chief Economist Robert Dye sees Michigan’s economy performing in the second half of 2018 much as it has in the first half, with continued growth but at a decidedly slower rate than in past years. 

Published in Economic Development

Brian Long anticipated by now to see proof that the U.S. economy had started to flatten out. 

Published in Economic Development

M&A activity remained strong in the first quarter, driven by a combination of factors including federal tax reform.

Published in Finance

DETROIT –– Just a few years ago, Doug Rothwell could look at various bits of Michigan’s economic data and see few paths that led to the state becoming a “Top 10” state.

Published in Economic Development

As the U.S. and Michigan economies remain on solid footing into 2018, economists expect growth rates for personal income in the state to move higher.

Published in In the News

Economic outlooks project modest growth in the U.S. for the rest of this year and through 2018, along with further increases in interest rates.

Published in Economic Development

Higher interest rates during 2017 haven’t acted as a damper on commercial lending in West Michigan, although some lenders are seeing borrowers moving to fixed-rate business loans.

Published in Finance

Economists expect Michigan’s economy to grow through 2017, although at a little slower pace as automotive sales dip and the state’s manufacturing employment follows suit.

Published in Economic Development

Over the past decade, many small business owners put off expansions or capital equipment purchases for as long as they could.

Published in Small Business

Economists expect Michigan to maintain economic growth in the coming year, albeit at a slower pace that will further tighten labor markets.

Published in Crystal Ball
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