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Spotlight: Energy Sector Slow to Recover from Malaise Arising from Effects of Global Pandemic

After absorbing a big hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, the energy sector may take until 2022 to recover.
Southwest Economy , Issue Third Quarter

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Go Figure: Vehicle Sales Highlight Surprising Resilience in Spending During Pandemic

Texas truck/SUV sales held steady while car sales declined steeply amid the recession caused by COVID-19.
Southwest Economy , Issue Third Quarter

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Texas Economy Mends in Fits and Starts from Pandemic’s Onslaught

A resurgent COVID-19 outbreak in Texas has stymied a state economic recovery, according to the Texas Business Outlook Surveys and high-frequency data that document activity on a more granular level.
Southwest Economy , Issue Third Quarter

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COVID-19’s Fiscal Ills: Busted Texas Budgets, Critical Local Choices

COVID-19 and related economic shutdowns have raised concerns that state and local government revenues will fall short of expectations just as demand for services soars.
Southwest Economy , Issue Third Quarter

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Snapshot: Texas Employment Estimate Debuts

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ new Texas Weekly Employment Estimate (TWEE) is a timely tool to monitor evolving economic conditions while awaiting release of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ establishment survey of employment.
Southwest Economy , Issue Third Quarter

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President’s Perspective

Rob Kaplan, president and CEO of the Dallas Fed, regularly speaks and writes on the factors that affect economic growth in the nation and Eleventh District. Here are some of his recent thoughts on key issues.
Southwest Economy , Issue Third Quarter

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Brazil: the first financial crisis of 1999

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 13-14

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President's Perspective

Business models are being supplanted by new models, often technology-enabled, to more efficiently sell or distribute goods and services.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 2-2

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President's perspective

Texas escaped the worst of the housing bubble?s excesses, and it may provide policymakers some guidance on how the nation can avoid another such calamity.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q3 , Pages 2

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Beyond the border: Latin American market reforms put to the test

Southwest Economy , Issue Jul , Pages 9 -10




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