A Slow (California) And Slower (Nevada) Recovery For Two States

Bartlett, Michael
June 2011
Credit Union Journal;6/6/2011, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the recession recovery of California and Nevada in 2011. Daniel Penrod of industry analyst for the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues says that stability in California shows in the increase of income tax revenues, job diversity, and wage. Moreover, the state of Nevada shows slow sign of recovery such as housing foreclosure weakening and the increase of visitors, gaming revenues, and passengers at MacCarran International Airport.


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