Oklahoma's economy is again facing pressure from low oil prices and could see a slowdown in the pace of recovery just as it was starting to improve after four quarters of economic contraction, State Treasurer Ken Miller said. "Leading indicators ... point to continued growth, but the anticipated strength of the recovery may be moderating as oil prices have come down slightly," Miller said.
Depressed oil prices put Okla.'s economic growth at risk
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