By Ronda Fears
Journal Record Staff Reporter
While slow, steady economic growth in Oklahoma may have become trite over the last three years, there is something to be said for the level of security it creates for current and potential investors, according to the General Business Index released Thursday.
A 3 percent expansion in the Oklahoma economy for second quarter vs. second quarter 1992 was posted in the report. That was the largest year-to-year gain since second quarter 1990 and the 11th consecutive quarterly increase, it was pointed out.
And while slow, steady growth is expected to continue in Oklahoma in the shadows of bleak forecasts …