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Looking Back: Harris County Five Years After Hurricane Harvey Hit
We look back five years, when then-Harris County Judge Ed Emmett went “On the Record” in Southwest Economy to discuss the response to Hurricane Harvey.
Around the Region: Texas Home Prices Rose at Record Pace in 2021
The buyer frenzy in Texas housing markets began in summer 2020, just months after COVID-19 shut down the economy in March and April.
Spotlight: Texas Exports Reach New Record Despite Strong Dollar
Texas remains the nation’s top exporter, setting records each month despite the recent appreciation of the dollar. A strong dollar can be bad for business because it makes U.S. goods more expensive overseas.
El Paso Aims to End Brain Drain with Global Manufacturing, Higher-Paying Jobs
Dallas Fed President Lorie K. Logan met with El Paso business and community leaders in mid-October in the second of 12 stops on her 360° in 365 Listening Tour.
Economic outlook weakens as job growth, inflation slow
The Texas economy is continuing to slow during the fourth quarter, with labor demand and manufacturing output softening and wage and price pressures easing.
Diversified San Antonio Confronts Economic Divide Among Youth
Dallas Fed President Lorie K. Logan met with San Antonio business and community leaders in mid-October in the third stop on her 360° in 365 Listening Tour.
High-tech hotspot Austin works to solve labor, housing issues
In the fourth stop on her 360° in 365 Listening Tour, Dallas Fed President Lorie K. Logan met with Austin business and community leaders in January to learn about the area’s strengths, challenges and outlook.