New York State could end fiscal 1993 with a small surplus, reversing four consecutive years of budget deficits, the state has announced in its midyear financial update.

Analysts interviewed for the report said the state's projected $21 million cash surplus indicates that budget officials have, for the first time since fiscal year 1989, accurately forecast the impact of the state's soured economy on revenues and expenditures.

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