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Author:Assanie, Laila 

The changing face of Texas: population projections and implications


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Spotlight: commercial real estate investment

As financial markets turned gloomy in August 2007, Dallas Fed business contacts began to note postponed commercial real estate deals, with scattered reports of lenders backing out, especially on larger transactions. Most of the executives expected credit disruptions would be brief and lending and investment would rebound in a short time.
Southwest Economy , Issue Sep , Pages 6-7

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On the record: a conversation on the Texas recession: taking the economy's pulse at midyear

With Texas facing hard times, four of the Dallas Fed's regional experts give an update on the state's economic performance in 2009, looking at the key areas of employment, manufacturing, housing and energy.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q3 , Pages 8-9

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Texas economy shakes off rough ride in 2009

While conditions remain weak, it appears that the Texas economy is on a steadier course after a rough ride last year. Recent economic data and anecdotal evidence suggest the worst of the state's economic woes may be over. Activity is growing in several sectors. The state maintains its traditional advantages--relatively low living costs, modest taxes, a central location and an attractive business climate. Barring further setbacks, the Texas economy should pick up steam in 2010 and beyond.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q1 , Pages 3-7, 16

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Texas Industrial Building Booms as Economy, Population Grow

A significant portion of Texas? recent construction activity has been industrial building, with Dallas?Fort Worth leading the nation and Houston among the top six markets. Burgeoning e-commerce, state population gains and an expanding export market have contributed to the growth spurt that has included increases in transportation and logistics employment.
Southwest Economy , Issue Second Quarter , Pages 7-10

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Texas office, industrial markets mostly healthy despite energy bust

Texas commercial real estate activity is poised for a solid performance in 2016, though energy sector-related weakness will constrain prospects, particularly in Houston where an office space overhang should persist.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q1 , Pages 16-19

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Dallas Booms Through Texas Oil Bust

The Dallas metropolitan division?s economy, buttressed by business relocations and consolidations, has expanded steadily since 2010, following the Great Recession. Growth sectors, which included business and financial services, defense and security, and transportation, powered Dallas and helped it pace the Texas economy after the energy price collapse.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q1 , Pages 11-14

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Spotlight: Waco's economy: it's come a long way from cotton, Dr. Pepper

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 7

Services, Construction Lead Texas as Manufacturing, Energy Soften

Sluggish growth in manufacturing is attributable to softening demand for durables, which appears tied to a slowing energy sector.
Dallas Fed Economics

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Single-family housing squeeze eases in Texas; multifamily soars

Single-family home sales in Texas?constrained by steadily rising prices, tight bank lending standards and insufficient new-house inventory?should gain traction in 2015. A booming apartment market moderates slightly amid still-elevated construction activity, occupancy rates and rents.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q4 , Pages 3-7




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