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Rocky Marrero
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Puerto Rico’s General Fund net revenue was reported as a total of $906 million for the month of February 2022. Compared to February 2021, this was a $191 million increase, or 26.8%. Compared to the central government’s fiscal plan projections, this was 20% higher. Source: Puerto Rico Treasury Department
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Puerto Rico’s General Fund net revenue was reported as a total of $906 million for the month of February 2022. Compared to February 2021, this was a $191 million increase, or 26.8%. Compared to the central government’s fiscal plan projections, this was 20% higher. Source: Puerto Rico Treasury Department General Fund net revenue for the...
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Cement production reached a total of 765 thousand 94lb sacks for the month of March 2022, while sales totaled 1,472 thousand 94lb sacks. Compared to the previous month of February, production increased by 144, or 23.2%. Compared to March 2021, production decreased by 0.7%.
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Cement production reached a total of 765 thousand 94lb sacks for the month of March 2022, while sales totaled 1,472 thousand 94lb sacks. Compared to the previous month of February, production increased by 144, or 23.2%. Compared to March 2021, production decreased by 0.7%. Source: Economic Development Bank of Puerto Rico Cement sales increased by...
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There were 883 total housing units sold in Puerto Rico during the month of February 2022. Compared to February 2021, sales were down by 263 units, or 22.9%. Compared to January 2022, sales decreased by 153 units, or 14.8%. Out of these sales, 73 were new housing units and the rest, 810, were used housing...
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There were 883 total housing units sold in Puerto Rico during the month of February 2022. Compared to February 2021, sales were down by 263 units, or 22.9%. Compared to January 2022, sales decreased by 153 units, or 14.8%. Out of these sales, 73 were new housing units and the rest, 810, were used housing...
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Non-farm payroll in Puerto Rico for the month of March 2022 reached a total of 908,200 workers. Compared to the previous month of February, this total went up by 2,000, or 0.2%. Compared to March 2021, there was an increase of 47,200, or 5.5%. Compared to March 2020, before the initial COVID lockdown took place,...
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Non-farm payroll in Puerto Rico for the month of March 2022 reached a total of 908,200 workers. Compared to the previous month of February, this total went up by 2,000, or 0.2%. Compared to March 2021, there was an increase of 47,200, or 5.5%. Compared to March 2020, before the first COVID lockdown took place,...
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The economic activity index is an economic model calculated monthly by the Economic Development Bank of Puerto Rico. It uses four important macroeconomic indicators to create a model that closely estimates the island’s GDP. Change in this index is highly indicative of a change in the island’s economic output. The index reached 124.6 for the...
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The economic activity index is an economic model calculated monthly by the Economic Development Bank of Puerto Rico. It uses four important macroeconomic indicators to create a model that closely estimates the island’s GDP. An increase of a decrease in this index is highly indicative of a change in the island’s economic output. The index...
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