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The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City said Friday that the region's service economy, which includes real estate, improved some this month compared with the initial months, and throes, of the coronavirus — because of businesses reopening, obviously.
How long it lasts, and how wise it was for public health to resume business as usual, or unusual, remains to be seen.
Business was still a lot slower than a year ago, noted Chad Wilkerson, vice president and economist at the Kansas City Fed, on release of its June Services Survey.Read more on NewsOK.com
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Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Regional service economy in shaky recovery, Kansas City Fed says