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Construction’s Impact on Other Industries during the Great Recession Construction’s Impact on Other Industries during the Great Recession

Industries that trade heavily with the construction industry were hit sooner and harder by the Great Recession than those that don’t.
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Bank Supervision Adapts to Pandemic Challenges

Communication between bank management and bank supervisors will remain vital to understanding the challenges banks are facing.
On the Economy

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Which Workers Have Been Most Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Occupations that earn less than $34,963 on average—such as cashiers, servers and janitors—accounted for 34% of the increase in unemployment from January to April.
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Housing Distress in the Time of COVID-19

As of late July, 12.5% of Americans were experiencing housing distress. Which groups are experiencing the most housing distress?
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The Recent COVID-19 Spike and the U.S. Employment Slowdown

An analysis suggests that the recent recovery in jobs has halted because of the spike in COVID-19 cases.
On the Economy

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A Desire to Make a Difference

Beatrice Weder di Mauro, president of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, witnessed good and bad economic policies during her childhood.
On the Economy

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Insights from Dallas Fed Surveys: Uneven Economic Recovery Likely in Texas

The Dallas Fed’s Texas Business Outlook Surveys (TBOS) show that while recovery continued in some sectors in July, it faltered in others as new COVID-19 cases surged across the state.
Dallas Fed Economics

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U.S. Economic Rebound Uneven amid Resurgent Local COVID-19 Outbreaks

A full recovery to pre-pandemic levels of economic activity appears unlikely until the virus is under control.
Dallas Fed Economics

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Texas Economy’s Rebound Stalls in July after Gains in May, June

The resurgence of COVID-19 in July appears to have reversed economic gains in Texas that emerged when the virus’ frequency abated in May and June.
Dallas Fed Economics

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Texas Weekly Employment Estimate Provides New, Early Economic Insights

In this environment where economic conditions change very quickly and can reverse with the spread of the virus, tracking the Texas economy requires a timelier indicator than standard quarterly and monthly economic measures.
Dallas Fed Economics

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