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Author:Cañas, Jesus 

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Snapshot: Texas Employment Estimate Debuts

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ new Texas Weekly Employment Estimate (TWEE) is a timely tool to monitor evolving economic conditions while awaiting release of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ establishment survey of employment.
Southwest Economy , Issue Third Quarter

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U.S., Mexico deepen economic ties

Southwest Economy , Issue Jan , Pages 11-13, 16

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Maquiladora recovery: lessons for the future

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 3-7

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Housing market trends in El Paso


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Recession arrives in Texas: a rougher ride in 2009

Through much of 2008, the Texas economy continued to expand while the nation fell into recession. Growth in the energy and high-tech sectors and rising home prices were key factors in making Texas' economy one of the nation's strongest. ; In the last half of the year, however, the state's economic conditions deteriorated rapidly. The weakening was primarily due to the deepening global financial crisis and sharp declines in energy prices, high-tech activity and exports. ; Indicators suggest Texas trailed the official December 2007 start of the U.S. recession by at least six months. So far, the ...
Southwest Economy , Issue Q1 , Pages 3-6

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Will reforms pay off this time? Experts assess Mexico’s prospects

Mexico?s sharp first-quarter slowdown isn?t entirely surprising. While the country has made considerable economic advances in recent years, its growth is closely tied to that of its northern neighbor, and the U.S. economy stalled at year-end. Some Mexico indicators, such as industrial production, have been flat since mid-2012.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 17-24

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Trade, manufacturing put Mexico back on track in 2004

Houston Business , Issue Mar

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A new index of coincident economic activity for Houston

Houston Business , Issue Apr

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Border cities: economic competitors or complements?


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Spotlight: Mexico's Fiscal Reform Earns Mixed Reviews

To compensate for the lack of tax collection to fund government, Mexico has depended heavily on its state-owned oil company, Pemex. Thus, when oil production began declining in 2004, fiscal reform gained urgency.
Southwest Economy , Issue Second Quarter , Pages 18-18




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