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CT's June housing permits slow

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut construction of new single- and multi-family dwellings slowed in June from a year earlier, fresh housing-permit data shows.

CT GDP grows slower than national average

Connecticut’s gross domestic product grew by 0.9 percent in the first quarter of 2016, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Survey: CT's June home sales up, prices flat

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's statewide sales of single-family house increased in June but prices were relatively flat, a fresh survey says. Condominium sales dropped.

Berkshire Bank parent's 2Q net flat

Gregory Seay |

Berkshire Hills Bancorp, the Massachusetts lender with a Connecticut presence, posted flat second-quarter earnings.

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White House to boost low-income solar movement

Matt Pilon |

President Obama has taken a liking to financing programs to provide solar panels to low and moderate-income homeowners – a movement that's been spreading across Connecticut.

United Bank’s 2Q net slides

Gregory Seay |

Glastonbury mortgage-commercial lender United Financial Bancorp Inc. posted a steep drop in second-quarter net income.

Webster's 2Q net falls amid loan growth

Gregory Seay |

Webster Financial Corp. posted slightly lower second-quarter profits amid ongoing strong commercial-loan bookings for the Waterbury regional lender.

Hartford area house prices stay firm

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford area's house prices climbed for a third straight month in June as overall house and condo sales continued their upward march, Realtors say.

Murphy's Hartford office moving to Coltsville

Keith Griffin |

Connecticut U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy announced Monday he is moving his downtown Hartford office to Colt Gateway, part of the major new commercial development in Coltsville.

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