Florida Business News
It’s been more than a century since a major storm like Hurricane Ian has struck the Tampa Bay area, which blossomed from a few hundred thousand people in 1921 to more than 3 million today.
A Florida State University economist said he believes the United States will enter a recession in the next nine months, while the probability of Florida joining the rest of the country is about 70% – up slightly from his 67% estimation a few months ago.
Gas prices are declining despite Hurricane Ian approaching Florida. Customers are paying an average of $3.38 per gallon across the state, which is four cents lower than last week.
With the threat of Hurricane Ian, NASA isn’t going to risk its $4.1 billion rocket to the moon deciding to roll it back to the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center forgoing a chance to launch Artemis I next week.
State regulators have asked a judge to place a property-insurance company in receivership, making it the sixth Florida property insurer declared insolvent this year amid widespread financial problems in the industry.
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