State Economic Score Issued By Stamford Firm Falls In December

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Connecticut's economic score for December decreased. Photo Credit: Contributed

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Lumesis, a Stamford financial technology firm, lowered Connecticut's economic score for December, according to HartfordBusiness.com.

The firm ranks the economic strength of states and cities on a monthly basis, according to the article.

Connecticut's score of 6.4 out of 10 places it at 19th in the country after being in the top 10 in September, according to the report.

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norwalkspends4:

"5th steepest decline in the country"

This is what boosting frivolous spending (and the tax increases that follow later) get you. It may buy you votes today, but it only makes the job of competitiveness harder later.

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