Nebraska economy

Nebraska economic growth

Economic growth of the state of Nebraska is tracked by the GDP growth indicator. However, GDP is a lagging indicator since it reports what economic growth was in the previous quarter. MacroVar aims to predict what economic growth will be in six to twelve months. Consequently, MacroVar tracks the following leading economic indicators: Nebraska Leading economic index, Initial jobless claims, Building permits and Real Estate prices. Current economic growth conditions of the state of Nebraska are monitored using Nebraska coincident economic activity index.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Leading Index Nebraska 2.19 2.1 0.0428571 1.67073 1.0 1 2020-02-29
Coincident Economic Activity Index for Nebraska 132.33 131.68 0.00493621 0.1 1.0 1 2021-04-01
Initial Jobless Claims Nebraska 1472 1593 -0.0759573 -0.0509349 -1.0 0.7 2021-05-29
Build Permits Nebraska 827.227 935.569 -0.115803 0.192735 1.0 0.7 2021-04-01
Total Gross Domestic Product Nebraska 133062 129762 0.0254312 0.0871434 1.0 0 2020-10-01
Zillow Nebraska all Prices 201027 198764 0.0113854 0.0953717 1.0 1 2021-04-30
Unemployment Rate in Nebraska 2.8 2.9 -0.0344828 -0.621622 -1.0 0.0166667 2021-04-01
Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia 7.5 7.7 -0.025974 -0.324324 -1.0 0.0166667 2021-04-01

Nebraska Unemployment

Nebraska unemployment is a very important economic indicator affecting the state’s economic condition. MacroVar monitors initial jobless claims which is reported every week and is an important indicator of current economic conditions. Nebraska unemployment is reported later in the month.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update

Nebraska Real Estate

Construction activity is a very important economic indicator for the economy of Nebraska. MacroVar monitors the following indicators: Nebraska building permits, real estate prices, real estate rent and the house price index. Building permits is a leading economic indicator measuring the number of permits required to start construction. Hence, it predicts the construction activity in the state for the following year. When economic growth is strong and financial conditions are normal, developers are optimistic about future economic growth and they apply for new building permits to begin new construction projects and vice-versa.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Zillow Nebraska all Prices 201027 198764 0.0113854 0.0953717 1.0 1 2021-04-30
Build Permits Nebraska 827.227 935.569 -0.115803 0.192735 1.0 0.7 2021-04-01
Leading Index Nebraska 2.19 2.1 0.0428571 1.67073 1.0 1 2020-02-29
All-Transactions House Price Index for Nebraska 357.67 352.03 1.6 14.94 UP 100 2021-01-13
Coincident Economic Activity Index for Nebraska 132.33 131.68 0.00493621 0.1 1.0 1 2021-04-01

Nebraska Cost of living

Nebraska cost of living is monitored using the following indicators: Real per capita personal income, Real trade-weighted value of the dollar, Nebraska Zillow rent levels, Regional price parities all items

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Real Per Capita Personal Income for Nebraska 55667 54783 1.61 0 UP 0 2021-01-13
Real Trade-Weighted Value of the dollar for Nebraska 118.541 116.517 0.0173709 -0.0572381 -1.0 0.0666667 2021-03-01
Regional Price Parities: All Items for Nebraska 89.5 89.6 -0.11 0 Down 0 2021-01-13

Nebraska Economic news

MacroVar monitors news and economic developments related to the Nebraska economy.

Economic Indicators Overview

  • Leading Index: The leading index for Nebraska state predicts the six-month growth rate of the state’s coincident index. The indicator monitors the following variables leading the economy: state-level housing permits (1 to 4 units), state initial unemployment insurance claims, delivery times for Institute for Supply Management (ISM) manufacturing survey, and the interest rate spread between the 10-year Treasury bond and the 3-month Treasury bill.
  • Coincident Index: The coincident economic activity index includes the following indicators: nonfarm payroll employment, the unemployment rate, average hours worked in manufacturing and wages and salaries. The trend for Nebraska state index is set to match the trend for GDP growth.
  • Initial Jobless claims: An initial claim is a claim filed by an unemployed individual after a separation from an employer. The claim requests a determination of basic eligibility for the Unemployment insurance program.
  • Building Permits: Nebraska building permits represents the total number of building permits for all structure types.
  • GDP: The total value of goods produced and services provided in Nebraska during one year.
  • Unemployment Rate: Nebraska unemployment rate is the proportion of the labor force that is not currently employed but could be.
  • Real Estate prices (Zillow): MacroVar monitors real estate prices across Nebraska using current prices determined by real estate activity tracked by Zillow.
  • House Price Index: Nebraska House price index summarizes real estate activity using estimated sales prices and appraisal data.
  • Real trade-weighted value of the dollar: This index calculates the inflation-adjusted value of the US dollar against the currencies of countries to which Nebraska exports. The real exchange rates are aggregated across countries for Nebraska using the annual average export share to the country.
  • Regional price parities: Regional price parities (RPPs) are regional price levels expressed as a percentage of the overall national price level for a given year. The price levels are determined by the average prices paid by consumers for the mix of goods and services consumed in the state of Nebraska. Taking the ratio of RPPs shows the difference in price levels across regions.

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend is in an uptrend when the last value is higher than its twelve-month moving average and its twelve-month moving average slope is positive (last twelve-month moving average is higher than the previous month twelve-month moving average) and vice-versa. MacroVar calculates the number of months the Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia has recorded new highs or lows. Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend change is assumed when the specific indicator has recorded a 3-month high / low or more.

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia momentum

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia momentum is monitored by calculating its long-term year over year (Y/Y) return and its short-term month on month (M/M) return.

Nebraska economy

Nebraska economic growth

Economic growth of the state of Nebraska is tracked by the GDP growth indicator. However, GDP is a lagging indicator since it reports what economic growth was in the previous quarter. MacroVar aims to predict what economic growth will be in six to twelve months. Consequently, MacroVar tracks the following leading economic indicators: Nebraska Leading economic index, Initial jobless claims, Building permits and Real Estate prices. Current economic growth conditions of the state of Nebraska are monitored using Nebraska coincident economic activity index.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Leading Index Nebraska 2.19 2.1 0.0428571 1.67073 1.0 1 2020-02-29
Coincident Economic Activity Index for Nebraska 132.33 131.68 0.00493621 0.1 1.0 1 2021-04-01
Initial Jobless Claims Nebraska 1472 1593 -0.0759573 -0.0509349 -1.0 0.7 2021-05-29
Build Permits Nebraska 827.227 935.569 -0.115803 0.192735 1.0 0.7 2021-04-01
Total Gross Domestic Product Nebraska 133062 129762 0.0254312 0.0871434 1.0 0 2020-10-01
Zillow Nebraska all Prices 201027 198764 0.0113854 0.0953717 1.0 1 2021-04-30
Unemployment Rate in Nebraska 2.8 2.9 -0.0344828 -0.621622 -1.0 0.0166667 2021-04-01
Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia 7.5 7.7 -0.025974 -0.324324 -1.0 0.0166667 2021-04-01

Nebraska Unemployment

Nebraska unemployment is a very important economic indicator affecting the state’s economic condition. MacroVar monitors initial jobless claims which is reported every week and is an important indicator of current economic conditions. Nebraska unemployment is reported later in the month.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update

Nebraska Real Estate

Construction activity is a very important economic indicator for the economy of Nebraska. MacroVar monitors the following indicators: Nebraska building permits, real estate prices, real estate rent and the house price index. Building permits is a leading economic indicator measuring the number of permits required to start construction. Hence, it predicts the construction activity in the state for the following year. When economic growth is strong and financial conditions are normal, developers are optimistic about future economic growth and they apply for new building permits to begin new construction projects and vice-versa.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Zillow Nebraska all Prices 201027 198764 0.0113854 0.0953717 1.0 1 2021-04-30
Build Permits Nebraska 827.227 935.569 -0.115803 0.192735 1.0 0.7 2021-04-01
Leading Index Nebraska 2.19 2.1 0.0428571 1.67073 1.0 1 2020-02-29
All-Transactions House Price Index for Nebraska 357.67 352.03 1.6 14.94 UP 100 2021-01-13
Coincident Economic Activity Index for Nebraska 132.33 131.68 0.00493621 0.1 1.0 1 2021-04-01

Nebraska Cost of living

Nebraska cost of living is monitored using the following indicators: Real per capita personal income, Real trade-weighted value of the dollar, Nebraska Zillow rent levels, Regional price parities all items

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Real Per Capita Personal Income for Nebraska 55667 54783 1.61 0 UP 0 2021-01-13
Real Trade-Weighted Value of the dollar for Nebraska 118.541 116.517 0.0173709 -0.0572381 -1.0 0.0666667 2021-03-01
Regional Price Parities: All Items for Nebraska 89.5 89.6 -0.11 0 Down 0 2021-01-13

Nebraska Economic news

MacroVar monitors news and economic developments related to the Nebraska economy.

Economic Indicators Overview

  • Leading Index: The leading index for Nebraska state predicts the six-month growth rate of the state’s coincident index. The indicator monitors the following variables leading the economy: state-level housing permits (1 to 4 units), state initial unemployment insurance claims, delivery times for Institute for Supply Management (ISM) manufacturing survey, and the interest rate spread between the 10-year Treasury bond and the 3-month Treasury bill.
  • Coincident Index: The coincident economic activity index includes the following indicators: nonfarm payroll employment, the unemployment rate, average hours worked in manufacturing and wages and salaries. The trend for Nebraska state index is set to match the trend for GDP growth.
  • Initial Jobless claims: An initial claim is a claim filed by an unemployed individual after a separation from an employer. The claim requests a determination of basic eligibility for the Unemployment insurance program.
  • Building Permits: Nebraska building permits represents the total number of building permits for all structure types.
  • GDP: The total value of goods produced and services provided in Nebraska during one year.
  • Unemployment Rate: Nebraska unemployment rate is the proportion of the labor force that is not currently employed but could be.
  • Real Estate prices (Zillow): MacroVar monitors real estate prices across Nebraska using current prices determined by real estate activity tracked by Zillow.
  • House Price Index: Nebraska House price index summarizes real estate activity using estimated sales prices and appraisal data.
  • Real trade-weighted value of the dollar: This index calculates the inflation-adjusted value of the US dollar against the currencies of countries to which Nebraska exports. The real exchange rates are aggregated across countries for Nebraska using the annual average export share to the country.
  • Regional price parities: Regional price parities (RPPs) are regional price levels expressed as a percentage of the overall national price level for a given year. The price levels are determined by the average prices paid by consumers for the mix of goods and services consumed in the state of Nebraska. Taking the ratio of RPPs shows the difference in price levels across regions.

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend is in an uptrend when the last value is higher than its twelve-month moving average and its twelve-month moving average slope is positive (last twelve-month moving average is higher than the previous month twelve-month moving average) and vice-versa. MacroVar calculates the number of months the Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia has recorded new highs or lows. Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend change is assumed when the specific indicator has recorded a 3-month high / low or more.

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia momentum

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia momentum is monitored by calculating its long-term year over year (Y/Y) return and its short-term month on month (M/M) return.

Nebraska economy

Nebraska economic growth

Economic growth of the state of Nebraska is tracked by the GDP growth indicator. However, GDP is a lagging indicator since it reports what economic growth was in the previous quarter. MacroVar aims to predict what economic growth will be in six to twelve months. Consequently, MacroVar tracks the following leading economic indicators: Nebraska Leading economic index, Initial jobless claims, Building permits and Real Estate prices. Current economic growth conditions of the state of Nebraska are monitored using Nebraska coincident economic activity index.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Leading Index Nebraska 2.19 2.1 0.0428571 1.67073 1.0 1 2020-02-29
Coincident Economic Activity Index for Nebraska 132.33 131.68 0.00493621 0.1 1.0 1 2021-04-01
Initial Jobless Claims Nebraska 1472 1593 -0.0759573 -0.0509349 -1.0 0.7 2021-05-29
Build Permits Nebraska 827.227 935.569 -0.115803 0.192735 1.0 0.7 2021-04-01
Total Gross Domestic Product Nebraska 133062 129762 0.0254312 0.0871434 1.0 0 2020-10-01
Zillow Nebraska all Prices 201027 198764 0.0113854 0.0953717 1.0 1 2021-04-30
Unemployment Rate in Nebraska 2.8 2.9 -0.0344828 -0.621622 -1.0 0.0166667 2021-04-01
Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia 7.5 7.7 -0.025974 -0.324324 -1.0 0.0166667 2021-04-01

Nebraska Unemployment

Nebraska unemployment is a very important economic indicator affecting the state’s economic condition. MacroVar monitors initial jobless claims which is reported every week and is an important indicator of current economic conditions. Nebraska unemployment is reported later in the month.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update

Nebraska Real Estate

Construction activity is a very important economic indicator for the economy of Nebraska. MacroVar monitors the following indicators: Nebraska building permits, real estate prices, real estate rent and the house price index. Building permits is a leading economic indicator measuring the number of permits required to start construction. Hence, it predicts the construction activity in the state for the following year. When economic growth is strong and financial conditions are normal, developers are optimistic about future economic growth and they apply for new building permits to begin new construction projects and vice-versa.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Zillow Nebraska all Prices 201027 198764 0.0113854 0.0953717 1.0 1 2021-04-30
Build Permits Nebraska 827.227 935.569 -0.115803 0.192735 1.0 0.7 2021-04-01
Leading Index Nebraska 2.19 2.1 0.0428571 1.67073 1.0 1 2020-02-29
All-Transactions House Price Index for Nebraska 357.67 352.03 1.6 14.94 UP 100 2021-01-13
Coincident Economic Activity Index for Nebraska 132.33 131.68 0.00493621 0.1 1.0 1 2021-04-01

Nebraska Cost of living

Nebraska cost of living is monitored using the following indicators: Real per capita personal income, Real trade-weighted value of the dollar, Nebraska Zillow rent levels, Regional price parities all items

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Real Per Capita Personal Income for Nebraska 55667 54783 1.61 0 UP 0 2021-01-13
Real Trade-Weighted Value of the dollar for Nebraska 118.541 116.517 0.0173709 -0.0572381 -1.0 0.0666667 2021-03-01
Regional Price Parities: All Items for Nebraska 89.5 89.6 -0.11 0 Down 0 2021-01-13

Nebraska Economic news

MacroVar monitors news and economic developments related to the Nebraska economy.

Economic Indicators Overview

  • Leading Index: The leading index for Nebraska state predicts the six-month growth rate of the state’s coincident index. The indicator monitors the following variables leading the economy: state-level housing permits (1 to 4 units), state initial unemployment insurance claims, delivery times for Institute for Supply Management (ISM) manufacturing survey, and the interest rate spread between the 10-year Treasury bond and the 3-month Treasury bill.
  • Coincident Index: The coincident economic activity index includes the following indicators: nonfarm payroll employment, the unemployment rate, average hours worked in manufacturing and wages and salaries. The trend for Nebraska state index is set to match the trend for GDP growth.
  • Initial Jobless claims: An initial claim is a claim filed by an unemployed individual after a separation from an employer. The claim requests a determination of basic eligibility for the Unemployment insurance program.
  • Building Permits: Nebraska building permits represents the total number of building permits for all structure types.
  • GDP: The total value of goods produced and services provided in Nebraska during one year.
  • Unemployment Rate: Nebraska unemployment rate is the proportion of the labor force that is not currently employed but could be.
  • Real Estate prices (Zillow): MacroVar monitors real estate prices across Nebraska using current prices determined by real estate activity tracked by Zillow.
  • House Price Index: Nebraska House price index summarizes real estate activity using estimated sales prices and appraisal data.
  • Real trade-weighted value of the dollar: This index calculates the inflation-adjusted value of the US dollar against the currencies of countries to which Nebraska exports. The real exchange rates are aggregated across countries for Nebraska using the annual average export share to the country.
  • Regional price parities: Regional price parities (RPPs) are regional price levels expressed as a percentage of the overall national price level for a given year. The price levels are determined by the average prices paid by consumers for the mix of goods and services consumed in the state of Nebraska. Taking the ratio of RPPs shows the difference in price levels across regions.

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend is in an uptrend when the last value is higher than its twelve-month moving average and its twelve-month moving average slope is positive (last twelve-month moving average is higher than the previous month twelve-month moving average) and vice-versa. MacroVar calculates the number of months the Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia has recorded new highs or lows. Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend change is assumed when the specific indicator has recorded a 3-month high / low or more.

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia momentum

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia momentum is monitored by calculating its long-term year over year (Y/Y) return and its short-term month on month (M/M) return.

Nebraska economy

Nebraska economic growth

Economic growth of the state of Nebraska is tracked by the GDP growth indicator. However, GDP is a lagging indicator since it reports what economic growth was in the previous quarter. MacroVar aims to predict what economic growth will be in six to twelve months. Consequently, MacroVar tracks the following leading economic indicators: Nebraska Leading economic index, Initial jobless claims, Building permits and Real Estate prices. Current economic growth conditions of the state of Nebraska are monitored using Nebraska coincident economic activity index.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Leading Index Nebraska 2.19 2.1 0.0428571 1.67073 1.0 1 2020-02-29
Coincident Economic Activity Index for Nebraska 132.33 131.68 0.00493621 0.1 1.0 1 2021-04-01
Initial Jobless Claims Nebraska 1472 1593 -0.0759573 -0.0509349 -1.0 0.7 2021-05-29
Build Permits Nebraska 827.227 935.569 -0.115803 0.192735 1.0 0.7 2021-04-01
Total Gross Domestic Product Nebraska 133062 129762 0.0254312 0.0871434 1.0 0 2020-10-01
Zillow Nebraska all Prices 201027 198764 0.0113854 0.0953717 1.0 1 2021-04-30
Unemployment Rate in Nebraska 2.8 2.9 -0.0344828 -0.621622 -1.0 0.0166667 2021-04-01
Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia 7.5 7.7 -0.025974 -0.324324 -1.0 0.0166667 2021-04-01

Nebraska Unemployment

Nebraska unemployment is a very important economic indicator affecting the state’s economic condition. MacroVar monitors initial jobless claims which is reported every week and is an important indicator of current economic conditions. Nebraska unemployment is reported later in the month.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update

Nebraska Real Estate

Construction activity is a very important economic indicator for the economy of Nebraska. MacroVar monitors the following indicators: Nebraska building permits, real estate prices, real estate rent and the house price index. Building permits is a leading economic indicator measuring the number of permits required to start construction. Hence, it predicts the construction activity in the state for the following year. When economic growth is strong and financial conditions are normal, developers are optimistic about future economic growth and they apply for new building permits to begin new construction projects and vice-versa.

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Zillow Nebraska all Prices 201027 198764 0.0113854 0.0953717 1.0 1 2021-04-30
Build Permits Nebraska 827.227 935.569 -0.115803 0.192735 1.0 0.7 2021-04-01
Leading Index Nebraska 2.19 2.1 0.0428571 1.67073 1.0 1 2020-02-29
All-Transactions House Price Index for Nebraska 357.67 352.03 1.6 14.94 UP 100 2021-01-13
Coincident Economic Activity Index for Nebraska 132.33 131.68 0.00493621 0.1 1.0 1 2021-04-01

Nebraska Cost of living

Nebraska cost of living is monitored using the following indicators: Real per capita personal income, Real trade-weighted value of the dollar, Nebraska Zillow rent levels, Regional price parities all items

Indicator Actual Previous M/M% Y/Y% Trend ZS5Y Trend Update
Real Per Capita Personal Income for Nebraska 55667 54783 1.61 0 UP 0 2021-01-13
Real Trade-Weighted Value of the dollar for Nebraska 118.541 116.517 0.0173709 -0.0572381 -1.0 0.0666667 2021-03-01
Regional Price Parities: All Items for Nebraska 89.5 89.6 -0.11 0 Down 0 2021-01-13

Nebraska Economic news

MacroVar monitors news and economic developments related to the Nebraska economy.

Economic Indicators Overview

  • Leading Index: The leading index for Nebraska state predicts the six-month growth rate of the state’s coincident index. The indicator monitors the following variables leading the economy: state-level housing permits (1 to 4 units), state initial unemployment insurance claims, delivery times for Institute for Supply Management (ISM) manufacturing survey, and the interest rate spread between the 10-year Treasury bond and the 3-month Treasury bill.
  • Coincident Index: The coincident economic activity index includes the following indicators: nonfarm payroll employment, the unemployment rate, average hours worked in manufacturing and wages and salaries. The trend for Nebraska state index is set to match the trend for GDP growth.
  • Initial Jobless claims: An initial claim is a claim filed by an unemployed individual after a separation from an employer. The claim requests a determination of basic eligibility for the Unemployment insurance program.
  • Building Permits: Nebraska building permits represents the total number of building permits for all structure types.
  • GDP: The total value of goods produced and services provided in Nebraska during one year.
  • Unemployment Rate: Nebraska unemployment rate is the proportion of the labor force that is not currently employed but could be.
  • Real Estate prices (Zillow): MacroVar monitors real estate prices across Nebraska using current prices determined by real estate activity tracked by Zillow.
  • House Price Index: Nebraska House price index summarizes real estate activity using estimated sales prices and appraisal data.
  • Real trade-weighted value of the dollar: This index calculates the inflation-adjusted value of the US dollar against the currencies of countries to which Nebraska exports. The real exchange rates are aggregated across countries for Nebraska using the annual average export share to the country.
  • Regional price parities: Regional price parities (RPPs) are regional price levels expressed as a percentage of the overall national price level for a given year. The price levels are determined by the average prices paid by consumers for the mix of goods and services consumed in the state of Nebraska. Taking the ratio of RPPs shows the difference in price levels across regions.

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend is in an uptrend when the last value is higher than its twelve-month moving average and its twelve-month moving average slope is positive (last twelve-month moving average is higher than the previous month twelve-month moving average) and vice-versa. MacroVar calculates the number of months the Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia has recorded new highs or lows. Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia trend change is assumed when the specific indicator has recorded a 3-month high / low or more.

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia momentum

Unemployment Rate in the District of Columbia momentum is monitored by calculating its long-term year over year (Y/Y) return and its short-term month on month (M/M) return.

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