Dr. Bernie Goitein

The business and economic indicators for 2019's third quarter are looking good. 

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Demand for new homes in the Peoria metropolitan area remains sluggish. 

  Business and economic activity is stable in the Greater Peoria region. That’s according to the quarterly composite index released by Bradley University’s Departments of Economics and Management and Leadership at Foster College of Business.

The analysis shows regional economic growth between January and March was up .4-percent over the same period in 2017.