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April 15, 2014
Daily: 0.10%
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April 15, 2014

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CSAFE
1600 Broadway, Suite 1100
Denver, CO 80202
800-541-2953
303-296-6340
csafe@csafe.org

Participant Relations

Linda Olson*
Assistant Fund Administrator
800-541-2953
csafe@csafe.org

Trisha Mingo*
Fund Administrator
303-764-6005
tmingo@dadco.com

Glenn Scott*
Portfolio Manager
303-764-6025
gscott@dadco.com

Bob Krug*
Client Services Manager
303-764-5731
bob@csafe.org
* Employees of Davidson Fixed Income Management, Inc

 
Announcements   Event Calendar

CSAFE was not affected by the Heartbleed Bug. If you have any questions please feel free to  contact us.

  CSAFE’s 2014 Board of Trustees election voting begins today, April 7th and ends April 18th.  Please click here to vote. 

 
   

CASBO's 61st Annual Spring Conference will be held
April 16 - 18, 2014 at the
Omni Interlocken Hotel located in Broomfield, CO.

For information and links, click here

CSAFE 1st quarter Board of Trustee's meeting will be held on April 25th at 10:00am at the DFIM office.  Please contact Bob Krug for more information.

 

Economic Research Center
New This Week   Employment

GDP 4thQ (3rd revised) 2013 increased 2.6%
Inventory investment reflected a slowdown.
 
March Retail Sales increased 1.1%
Automotive vehicle dealers up 9.5% from 2013.

The Atlas of Economic Complexity
A collaboration between MIT & Harvard.

 

U.S. March Employment up by 192,000 jobs
Unemployment rate was unchanged at 6.7%.

Colorado added 6,200 jobs in February 2014 
Unemployment was unchanged at: 6.1%.

Inflation   Retail Sales/Sales Tax

March 2014 PPI increased 0.5%
Prices for final demand goods were unchanged.

March 2014 CPI increased 0.2%.
Energy index declined 0.1% offsetting food index.

  Retail sales by County and City
How does your City compare?

Sales Tax Rates
Tax rates by cities and county.
Colorado Economic Forecasts   Interest Rates
OSPB March 2014  - The Colorado Outlook
GF revenue growth expected to grow 3.2% FY. 

Economic and Revenue Forecast, March 2014
CO economy continuing to expand through 2014.
  Understanding the yield curve
FDIC report explains the yield curve basics

FOMC continues the asset purchase program.
Current target range may continue at 0 to 1/4.
Population   Special Reports

Long Term Forecast 2035
Colorado Population hits the 5 million mark

Annual Forecast by County and City
Denver area population estimates at 3.09 million

  U.S. Economic Outlook - FY 2012 to 2022
Congressional Budget Office Forecasts 2012

Colorado County Profiles
Detailed reports by county are available
This information in the Colorado Research Center has been distributed for educational purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice or a recommendation of any particular security, strategy or investment product. Information contained herein has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but not guaranteed.