New Hampshire had the strongest economic showing in the first quarter of this year, while Hawaii had the weakest, according to a statewide economic indicator analysis by Kemper Securities Inc.

New Hampshire was the first East Coast state to take "top honors" in three and a half years, according to Brad Langs, a tax-exempt fixed-income research analyst at Kemper.

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