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Subscribers may purchase either the Newsletter only or the Newsletter and Web Site Service:
The Puget Sound Economic Forecaster published quarterly (printed copy).
Prorated cost: $197.50 plus applicable taxes.
Newsletter and Web Site Service
The Puget Sound Economic Forecaster published quarterly (printed copy) and Web Site Service.
Prorated cost: $347.50 plus applicable taxes.
Each Newsletter features:
- two-year regional economic forecast
- analysis and discussion of business conditions and prospects
- assessment of regional economic risks
- two-year retail sales and construction and real estate forecasts
- ten-year regional economic forecast (once a year)
- articles on special topics (e.g., regional cycles and taxes)
- Puget Sound Index of Leading Economic Indicators (quarterly)
The additional features of the Web Site Service include:
- early release of forecasts and newsletters
- ten-year regional economic forecast (published every quarter)
- ten-year retail sales and construction and real estate forecasts
- ten-year county forecasts
- historical data for regional, county, and U.S. variables
- downloadable forecast and history files
- Puget Sound Index of Leading Economic Indicators (monthly)
- monthly indicators of regional and U.S. economies
- Puget Sound Housing Market Index (quarterly)
- commentary and analysis of current economic developments
- newsletter archive with subject index
- special topics archive with index
- charts depicting the historical behavior of the regional economy
- selected reports by Dick Conway and Doug Pedersen
- links to related web sites
- tutorials to help readers get more out of the newsletter and web site
By offering more information in a more efficient manner, the Web
Site Service enables us to communicate more effectively with our
But, whether you choose the Newsletter or the Newsletter and Web
Site Service, our goal is the same. We strive to provide the kind of
regional economic information—the latest data, accurate forecasts,
objective analyses, and insightful commentary—that business
executives, marketing directors, investors, and government managers
require to make good decisions.