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Texas Rebound Likely Slowed by Renewed COVID-19 Impact on Services, Retail

Indicative of slowing job expansion, the Texas unemployment rate rose to 8.3 percent in September from 6.8 percent in August and exceeded the national rate (7.9 percent) for the first time since March.
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Texas Economy Rebounds from Year-End Slowdown, Grows at Moderate Pace

Texas economic activity expanded moderately in the first quarter after downshifting markedly in November and December.
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Texas Jobs Decline at Historic Pace from Impact of COVID-19

The decrease affected all major metro areas, with the steepest drops coming in El Paso, Fort Worth and Austin, followed closely by Houston, San Antonio and Dallas.
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Texas Economy Soft in January, but Outlook Optimistic for Later in 2021

Regional economic conditions appeared to deteriorate in January after picking up at year-end, data show. Nonetheless, there is optimism regarding the outlook for growth later this year.
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Services, Construction Lead Texas as Manufacturing, Energy Soften

Sluggish growth in manufacturing is attributable to softening demand for durables, which appears tied to a slowing energy sector.
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Texas Economy Improves Despite Lagging Sectors as COVID-19 Cases Decline

Continued growth is projected for the rest of the year, but it may be somewhat restrained by the expiration of federal stimulus programs and election uncertainty.
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COVID-19 Resurgence Across Texas Depresses Economic Growth

Texas job growth has slowed after new daily COVID-19 cases in the state began surging in mid-October.
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Trade Tensions Cloud Outlook as Texas Experiences Moderate Growth

The region’s moderate expansion continues, despite a weakening outlook. Job gains were solid in May, with most industries and major metros adding to payrolls, and labor markets remaining historically tight.
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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.
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Texas Economic Activity Stabilizes, but Slower Job Growth Is Ahead

Output growth in Texas has stabilized after a relatively robust 2018. However, a tight labor market, slowing energy activity and weakening global demand will restrain Texas growth during 2019, an assessment consistent with the Dallas Fed’s outlook for the year.
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