The Rocky Mountain region had the stronger economic trends during the third quarter of 1992, according to the latest nationwide economic indicator analysis by Kemper Securities Inc.

Brad Langs, a tax-exempt fixed-income analyst at Kemper, attributed the region's strong showing to having "nowhere to go but up" after hitting bottom with the oil crisis in the 1980s.

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