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The Arkansas banking industry experienced record growth during 2006. The net income for this industry went from $127 million to $139 million between the first and second quarter.
The total assets for the banks in Arkansas sit at approximately $1 billion. The rapid growth of the banking industry has also been seen in loans, which were 10% higher than 2005. Despite this, the business sector experienced a deceleration in growth during 2006.
By the second quarter of 2006, employment increased by 1.2%. The businesses which are growing the fastest are those which are government related. The service sector also experienced growth in 2006.
The job growth rate fell during 2006. Some of the things which contributed to this effect are tremendous job losses in the manufacturing industry.
In addition to this, the utilities, transportation, and trade sectors experienced a decline in growth during 2006.
These are the industries where business growth has suffered the most, and these trend indicate that Arkansas is not a good state for start up companies in these sectors.
In addition to the manufacturing industry, the housing market has also experienced a decline.
A number of statistics from the Arkansas Realtors Association indicated that sale of homes was down by more than 9 percent.
Home sales were down for five straight months during 2006, and the decline in sales are particularly evident for new homes. The region that experienced the largest decline in home sales was the...