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Texas Economic Activity Sharply Falls in Wake of COVID-19

Virus containment measures have prompted unprecedented declines in demand and triggered mass layoffs, shaking business and consumer confidence.
Dallas Fed Economics

Journal Article
Snapshot: conference to consider Texas residential real estate amid oil slump

Southwest Economy , Issue Q4 , Pages 20-20

Journal Article
Regional Update : Texas economic growth downshifts

Southwest Economy , Issue Jul , Pages 15

Journal Article
Texas economy feels national pinch

Helped somewhat by a weak dollar and strong exports, Texas has shed manufacturing jobs at a 1.4 percent rate so far this year, a much slower pace than the nation?s 3.4 percent decline.
Southwest Economy , Issue Jul , Pages 10-13, 16

Journal Article
Regional update : Texas metros drive state growth in 2006

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 15

Journal Article
Harvey Highlights Houston MUD Bond Development Funding

Historic flooding from Hurricane Harvey struck many Houston housing developments whose infrastructure was funded with municipal utility district (MUD) bonds. The tax-exempt debt has been widely used in the Houston area, and in the storm?s aftermath, MUD bond issuance has come under review with the possibility investors may seek greater future compensation.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 3-7

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

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 7

Journal Article
Texas Housing Market Soars to New Highs, Pricing Out Many

Texas? low cost of living has been one key long-term factor in the state?s growth story?sustaining the economy through oil booms and busts. However, unprecedented home price appreciation and tight supply of starter homes during the housing recovery have eroded this advantage.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q1 , Pages 15-18

Journal Article
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

Monograph
The changing face of Texas: population projections and implications

Monograph

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