In the month of February, the United States is beginning its 128th consecutive month of economic expansion, which is the longest in our nation’s history according to the National Bureau of Economic Research.
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, there are 9 states that are forecasted to contract over the next six months, which is the greatest number of states projected to suffer economically since July of 2009.
The nine states that are projected to suffer economically are:
West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Montana, Oklahoma, Vermont, New Jersey, Kentucky and Connecticut
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