New Mexico Economic Databook - June 2014
23 Jun 2014
Indicators & Data
The Kansas City Fed's monthly economic databooks provide summaries of regional and national economic indicators for the Tenth Federal Reserve District states including New Mexico.
The databooks provide current economic indicators to help monitor trends and allow comparison of past information. These indicators include: Gross Domestic Product (GDP); inflation; employment; employment by industry; county and state unemployment; personal income; home prices; housing indicators; manufacturing; oil, gas and coal production; agriculture; and exports.
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The volume of intermodal units traveling on U.S. railroads last week was the highest ever seen, the Association of American Railroads reports. U.S. carload and intermodal volume both grew for the week ending in June 14. A total of 270,243 intermodal units moved on U.S. railroads, up 0.2 percent...
Sandia researchers cited for supercomputing workJun 13 2014
Gary Gerew | Albuquerque Business Journal - Two researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have been awarded the second annual “Test of Time” award for a technical paper that has had “wide and lasting impact” in supercomputing. Bruce Hendrickson and Rob Leland were cited by the awards committee of the...
New Mexicans pay low taxes at the pumpsJun 4 2014
Dennis Domrzaiski | Albuquerque Business First - New Mexico has one of the lowest gasoline taxes in the nation, according to the Washington, D.C.,-based Tax Foundation. The state’s 18.88-cent per-gallon gas tax put it in 43rd place among the states. California has the highest gas tax at 52.89...