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Series:Oklahoma Economist  Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City 

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Update on Oklahoma’s economy : Spotlight on Guymon, Oklahoma

Economic growth in Oklahoma continued to outpace the nation into the summer months of 2012. Oklahoma payroll employment was up from July 2011. Oklahoma is nearly back to pre-recession employment levels, with just a slight drag from the Tulsa area due to the magnitude of job loss in that area during the recession. Manufacturing and energy continued to lead Oklahoma?s growth in total jobs. Employment in most other Oklahoma industries was generally stable.
Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q III

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Spotlight on manufacturing in Oklahoma

Oklahoma continued to outpace the nation in economic growth during the early fall months. Payroll employment was up in October from a year ago, and the state is now above pre-recession employment levels. Manufacturing led Oklahoma?s job growth, while trade, transportation and utility firms also posted solid job gains. Energy employment has declined slightly, but still remains above year-ago levels.
Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q IV

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Update on Oklahoma’s economy: spotlight on Enid, Oklahoma

Economic activity in Oklahoma continued its strong pace of growth in fall 2011, outperforming the nation in most areas. The strong recent job growth numbers pushed state employment nearly back to pre-recession levels. Energy, manufacturing and construction continued to lead all Oklahoma industries in job growth, while and state and local government job growth through the past year was positive for the first time since early 2010.
Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q IV

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Update on Oklahoma’s economy : Spotlight on Tulsa

Economic growth in Oklahoma continued to outpace the nation through spring 2012. Oklahoma payroll employment was up from a year ago in April. Manufacturing and energy continued to lead Oklahoma?s growth in total jobs and professional service firms also grew solidly. Construction employment has declined from levels posted last year, perhaps due in part to the winding down of several large commercial projects in Oklahoma City. Employment in most other Oklahoma industries was generally stable.
Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q II

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Update on Oklahoma's economy

Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q I , Pages 1-4

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Oklahoma’s economy

The pace of economic growth in Oklahoma has slowed slightly from a year ago. The Oklahoma City metro area continues to lead job growth in the state. Tulsa continues to lag the rest of the state and nation in job recovery, although considerable progress has been made since the depth of the recession. Employment in nonmetro areas is back to pre-recession levels, but with variation across the state.
Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q II

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Oklahoma’s economy

Economic growth in Oklahoma remained solid through the end of 2012. Oklahoma payroll employment was up from a year ago in December. Oklahoma ranked seventh in total job growth for December, posting growth similar to other energy-driven states.
Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q I

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Update on Oklahoma’s economy : Spotlight on Oklahoma housing conditions

Economic growth in Oklahoma continued to outperform the nation in late 2011. Oklahoma payroll employment was up from a year ago, and the state continues to move closer to pre-recession employment levels. Manufacturing posted the highest growth in actual Oklahoma jobs in December, while energy was a close second. Other industries also recorded solid job growth, particularly construction and professional services.
Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q I

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Update on Oklahoma's economy

Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q III , Pages 1-2

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Update on Oklahoma's economy

Oklahoma Economist , Issue Q IV , Pages 1-4

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