U.S. Metro Economies Outlook – Gross Metropolitan Product, with Metro Employment Projections

Source: IHS Global Insight, November 2013

From the press release:
The nation’s cities are struggling more economically in 2013 than they did in 2012, according to a report done by IHS Global Insight for The U.S. Conference of Mayors. The report findings show that one-third (119) of the nation’s 363 U.S. metropolitan are as — cities and their surrounding suburbs — will see stagnant or declining economies this year. That number has increased significantly since last year, when only one-fifth (73) of U.S. metros experienced no growth. …[T]he report also shows that while two-thirds (244) of U.S. metropolitan areas will see
some measure of economic expansion in 2013, almost 40 percent of the cities/metros will grow by only 1 percent or less.
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Key Findings