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March 27, 2019

For America’s middle-income families, the dollars aren’t making sense

USA Today, March 27, 2019
Getting help is “key to finances,” says Brad Klontz, associate professor of financial psychology and behavioral finance at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska.
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FSL doubles as learning lab for Creighton’s nursing students

The Catholic Sun, March 27, 2019
Future nurses studying at Creighton University’s School of Medicine at the Phoenix Regional Campus — temporarily located at Park Central Mall with some classes at St. Joseph Hospital’s Learning Institute — are finding more and more how the bulk of their profession can and should be done apart from hospitals.
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Half of Rural Supply Managers Reporting Negative Impact of Flooding

Bank News, March 27, 2019
“Our surveys over the last several months indicate the Rural Mainstreet economy is expanding outside of agriculture. However, the negative impacts of tariffs and low agriculture commodity prices continue to weaken the farm sector,” said Ernie Goss, Jack A. MacAllister chair in regional economics at Creighton’s Heider College of Business.
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Rural mainstreet index is up despite flooding, low commodity prices

Brownfield Ag News, March 25, 2019
Ernie Goss with Creighton University in Nebraska says recent floods negatively influenced the economic outlook of ag bankers surveyed even though the survey occurred before most of the negative impacts of flooding were known.
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