November 2014 Cash Report Summary Analysis
Published November 10, 2014
Bottom Line: What the Numbers Mean
October left California with treats instead of tricks this year. Revenues totaled $6.0 billion during the month, beating estimates produced by the Department of Finance (DOF) for the 2014-15 Budget Act by a hefty 12.3 percent. Read more and see detailed receipts and disbursements.
Column: A Million New Reasons to Visit Controller’s Data Website
Controller John Chiang’s open data website just got even more interesting. He recently added more than 1 million fields of fresh pension-related numbers covering Fiscal Years 2002-03 through 2012-13. Read more about ByTheNumbers.sco.ca.gov.
More on California Fiscal Policy: Proposition 30 Revenues
Using the Governor's current long-term forecast, let's take a look at how much Proposition 30 adds to the State’s General Fund resources. Read more about fiscal policy.
California Job Tracker: November 2014
Ten of California’s major metropolitan areas have now recovered all of the jobs lost relative to the peaks reached prior to the last, severe recession. Read more and see the data.
California Economic Snapshot
See recent statistics regarding California new car registrations, the median home price, single-family home sales and employment. Read snapshot numbers.