Tag: Southern Nevada Economy

Southern Nevada Third-Quarter Economic Numbers Looking Good

Since June of 2009, the U.S. has experienced 111 months of continuous, uninterrupted, economic growth. The only longer period of growth happened from March 1991 to March 2001 equaling 120 months. The reasons for America’s recovery are simple. Interest rates were cut quickly and aggressively by the country’s central bank, the Federal Reserve, and kept… Continue Reading

Clark County is back on the growth train

  This month, we look at the latest growth figures for retail development, employment, and the economic competitiveness, as reported by the Marcus & Millichap Retail Research Market Report and the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance annual survey. Starting with the latest Marcus & Millichap Retail Research Market Report, retailers absorbed more than 1.3 million… Continue Reading

Business confidence numbers are up in the second quarter of 2017

  On June 14th, the UNLV Lee Business School’s Center for Business & Economic Research (CBER) released the 2017 Midyear Economic Outlook report. Director Stephen M. Miller, during a presentation at the Palms Casino Resort, gave an overview of the report that indexes business confidence and economic factors such as tourism, construction, and employment in… Continue Reading

Las Vegas Is Rebounding

Last month, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce held their annual Preview La Vegas event where over 100 local businesses and organizations set up booths to inform residents about their goods and services. This year’s event introduced the president of the Vegas Golden Knights, Kerry Bubolz, and Nehme Abouzeld, senior vice president/chief marketing officer… Continue Reading