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Farm Bill Equals Big Win for Americans

In 2017, for example, Farm Bill supported more than $83 million in conserving these resources in Colorado.

The Economist: The Value and Disvalue of Information

Responding to this “adverse selection” problem requires companies to brand their product with credible claims that prove true and for industries to pursue regulated disclosures to force the bad actors to play fair.

The Tariffs are Coming

In July, the Trump administration released its plan featuring additional tariffs enforcement on U.S. $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.

A Case of the Two-Footed Driver

If the Fed continues to hike rates with no supporting economic data, there will be downward pressure on stocks.

How Colorado Companies Can Take Advantage of the Current Business Climate

New industry hubs are springing up throughout the state and new business filings in the third quarter increased by 9 percent year-over-year.

U.S. Homebuilder Index Crashes; Estimate Falls Most Since 2014

It would appear that builders aren't optimistic about the present or the future.

GDP Numbers Came in Hot; Homebuilders Fall 30 Percent

The great GDP numbers are concealing other long-term metrics that are painting a radically different picture of the economy.

Marijuana Industry's Response to Jeff Sessions Resignation

Marijuana defenders and adjacent businesses rejoiced after President Donald Trump ousted Attorney General Jeff Sessions last Wednesday.

2018 Midterm Election Results: The Bottom Line for Colorado Business

The 2018 Colorado midterm ballot covered a lot of ground. Here’s a high-level breakdown for some of these measures.

The Colorado Economy: Different Ways to Look at the Same Thing

Colorado's economy is relatively more oriented to mining; the military; information; professional, scientific and technical services; and real estate, when compared with the nation.

Op Ed: Years Long Energy Savings at Risk Come Tuesday

A vote against Proposition 112 on the 2018 midterm ballot.

Higher Interest Rates: What Does It Mean for Consumers, Bond Investors and the Stock Market?

Bond investors will likely see a decrease in the value of their investments in a higher interest rate environment.
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