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U.S. natural gas prices heat up

Southwest Economy , Issue Sep , Pages 1, 9-12

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Rolling recessions

Southwest Economy , Issue Sep , Pages 1-4

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Yuan diplomacy: China, Taiwan vie in Latin American trade

Southwest Economy , Issue Nov , Pages 18

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Regional update : outside forces still sapping Texas economy's vitality

A sluggish national economy, the global credit crunch and Hurricane Ike have taken some steam out of Texas' growth.
Southwest Economy , Issue Sep , Pages 15

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Texas economy to ride higher in the saddle in 2011

The Texas economy grew moderately in 2010, outperforming most other states. Jobs increased by 209,000, a growth rate of about 2 percent?near the state?s average pace since 1980. Strength in the high-tech and energy sectors was an important source of Texas? economic might relative to other parts of the country. The state also suffered less from housing price declines. ; Leading indicators, generally positive at the end of 2010, suggest an improving outlook in 2011 as consumers and businesses regain confidence in the economy. The Dallas Fed forecasting model projects Texas job growth of 2.5 ...
Southwest Economy , Issue Q1 , Pages 3-7

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Gentrification Transforming Neighborhoods in Big Texas Cities

As an influx of new, affluent residents has descended on gentrifying neighborhoods around the centers of Texas’ four largest cities, neighborhood amenities have improved. Meanwhile, increasing housing costs have led some low-income households and at-risk populations to locate in more suburban areas.
Southwest Economy , Issue Fourth Quarter

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Noteworthy: Transportation: Unexpected demand drives up shipping rates

Texas exports rose 2.7 percent in real terms in the first six months of the year, fueled by a nascent economic recovery that surprised some shipping companies. Increased demand in the state and nation contributed to spikes in the cost of container, truck and rail freight shipments.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q3 , Pages 14

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Is the southwest lending boom too much of a good thing?

Southwest Economy , Issue Jan , Pages 6-10

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Noteworthy: Texas economy: new data show output grew 4.3 percent in 2005

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 14

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Cloud over commercial real estate is slowly lifting in Texas

Every segment of the Texas commercial property sector suffered during the recession of 2009. Demand withered for space in offices, warehouses and retail centers, pushing up vacancy rates and lowering rental rates. Private nonresidential construction dropped sharply, reaching near-record lows. The global financial crisis temporarily brought lending to a halt. Commercial-mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) lending dried up in Texas and the U.S. as it became clear that repackaging suspect loans didn't lower risk. Banks also became wary of adding CRE loans to their books, especially in Texas, where ...
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 10-13, 16

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