Wisconsin’s economy saw some of the slowest economic growth in the country as output from the state’s agriculture, construction, manufacturing and finance sectors shrank relative to the second quarter.

Overall, real GDP in Wisconsin grew 0.6% on an annualized basis from the second to third quarter. Only four states – Iowa, Indiana, South Dakota and Mississippi – saw worse economic growth in the quarter.

Alaska, up 8.7%, Texas, up 8.2%, and Oklahoma, up 5.5%, led the way nationally in the third quarter.

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