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Noteworthy: energy: new Texas LNG terminals put on hold

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 14

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Noteworthy: agriculture: Texas rice acreage grows with prices

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 14

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Noteworthy: demographics, auto industry, Texas jobs

Southwest Economy , Issue Jul , Pages 14

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Noteworthy: housing: tax credit boosts sales to first-time homebuyers in Texas

The beleaguered Texas housing market has been getting some help from Washington's attempts to revive the economy. First-time homebuyers in the state are taking advantage of tax credits of as much as $8,000 provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q3 , Pages 14

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Noteworthy: Texas economy: state ranks 4th in personal income growth

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 14

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Fed confronts financial crisis by expanding its role as lender of last resort

The current recession has deepened because of shrinking credit flows from banks, nonbank lenders and securities markets. This contrasts with the early 1990s, when new bonds and commercial paper cushioned a bank credit crunch, and with the high-tech investment bust of the early 2000s, when steady bank lending lessened the impact of receding bond and equity finance markets. ; This time, breakdowns in key credit markets posed great risks to the financial system and the broader economy. The Federal Reserve responded with unprecedented measures, expanding its role as lender of last resort in an ...
Economic Letter , Volume 4

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Noteworthy: Texas trade: exports take a turn for the worse

Exports have gone from a source of strength to a drag on the Texas economy. The state's real exports declined nearly 20 percent from their peak in second quarter 2008 through first quarter 2009, ending a five-year growth spurt.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 15

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Noteworthy: hurricane season, venture capital, exports

Ike deals severe blow to Texas economy. Texas investment funding slips in 2nd quarter. Latin America, China lead Texas surge in overseas sales.
Southwest Economy , Issue Sep , Pages 5

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Regulatory and monetary policies meet \\"too big to fail\\"

In 2010, the U.S. economy has been showing signs of pulling out of its tailspin. But questions remain about why it took so much monetary policy firepower to deal with the crisis.
Economic Letter , Volume 5

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Corpus Christi: an economy in transition

Corpus Christi tempts tourists with miles of beaches, sea breezes, an arts and museum district, waterfront restaurants, shopping and more. It is also home to a major seaport, Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi, a large health care system, military bases, refineries and chemical plants. Port activity and tourism remain important components of the Corpus Christi economy. However, some sectors are declining in importance, such as agriculture, oil and gas, petrochemicals and military, while others are expanding, such as health care, alternative energy and education. ; Jobs in the Corpus Christi ...
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