Economic indicators have been bonkers for more than the past year. Rising then slowing inflation, spiking then declining median home prices and labor shortages followed by wage increases have left many businesses and consumers wondering what is next.
But in Colorado Springs, there’ve been several economic coups — from landing U.S. Space Command headquarters to welcoming a number of expanding employers since December — that have kept the region’s growth pushing past its pandemic recovery. However, even those tracking development offered a cautious outlook on the city’s future Thursday during the annual University of Colorado Colorado…
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