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*Updates*  

05/12/20 -- Econpulse Issue #23 for Q1 2020
05/06/20 -- King County Forecast Model #11 for Q1 2020
05/04/20 -- King County Index of Leading Indicators
04/17/20 -- Added a Covid Tracker section below the forecast; a close look at the Covid-recession's economic impact to King County
03/23/20 -- King County Economic Forecast with new COLA forecast

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Current Forecast

*March 2020 Forecast Disclaimer*

The March 2020 Forecast was submitted to the Forecast Council on March 4th, 2020. The forecast was created using economic data that had not fully captured the ongoing impacts of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic facing economies across the globe. This submitted forecast will have limited use and users should exercise caution if using it for economic or financial analyses.

March2020_pdf

March2020_xls

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Covid Trackers
We are monitoring national and local sources of data to better understand the impacts and depth of the Covid-recession on King County. We will post weekly updates on our website every Thursday by COB. Don't hesitate to reach out with questions about the tracker or if you have unique data to contribute!

Tracker #11
 - 05/21/2020
Tracker #10 - 05/14/2020
Tracker #09 - 05/07/2020
Tracker #08 - 04/30/2020
Tracker #07 - 04/23/2020
Tracker #06 - 04/16/2020
Tracker #05 - 04/09/2020
Tracker #04 - 04/02/2020
Tracker #03 - 03/24/2020
Tracker #02 - 03/17/2020
Tracker #01 - 03/12/2020

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EconPulse

We've put together a quarterly report with an economic overview of King County. Click the following links to access our PDF summary of local employment, housing, prices and taxable sales. New issues arrive once per quarter.

Issue #23 - Q1 2020 issue
Incl King County Economic Forecast  

Issue #22 - Q4 2019 issue
Incl King County Economic Forecast 

Issue #21 - Q3 2019 issue
Incl King County Economic Forecast

Issue #20 - Q2 2019 issue
Incl. King County Economic Forecast

Issue #19 Q1 2019 issue
Incl. King County Economic Forecast 

Issue #18 - Q4 2018 issue
Incl. King County Economic Forecast

Issue #17 - Q3 2018 issue
Incl. King County Economic Forecast

Issue #16 - Q2 2018 issue
Incl. King County Economic Forecast

Issue #15 - Q1 2018 issue
King County Leading Indicators

Issue #14 - Q4 2017 issue
Employment Growth in King County

Issue #13 - Q3 2017 issue
Wages in the Seattle MSA

Issue #12 Q2 2017 issue
Unemployment in King County

Issue #11 Q1 2017 issue
Construction Sales Tax

Issue #10 - Q4 2016 issue
King County Leading Indicators Index

Issue #9Q3 2016 issue
I-1433 & the New Minimum Wage Laws

Issue #8Q2 2016 issue
New Construction in King County

Issue #7 - Q1 2016 issue
Marijuana Revenues in King County

Issue #6 - Q4 2015 issue
Tourism in King County

Issue #5 - Q3 2015 issue
Poverty in King County

Issue #4 - Q2 2015 issue 
Manufacturing Employment

Issue #3 - Q1 2015 issue
Local Real Estate

Issue #2 - Q4 2014 issue 
Local Employment Growth

Issue #1 - Q3 2014 issue
Taxable Sales Expenditures

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