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Bank:Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas  Series:Southwest Economy 

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Noteworthy: Agriculture, population growth, venture capital

?The regional economy remains in expansion, buoyed in part by strong energy activity.?
Southwest Economy , Issue Q1 , Pages 14

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On the record: Texas banking legend shares lessons learned

Richard W. (Dick) Evans Jr. will retire in March 2016 as chairman and CEO of San Antonio-based Cullen/Frost Bankers Inc. Over his 44-year tenure, he helped Frost Bank navigate the difficulties of the 1980s and emerge as one of Texas? largest financial institutions. He discusses what he has learned during this time, which included serving on the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas board and the Federal Advisory Council, and his views regarding opportunities and challenges facing Texas and the banking industry.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q4 , Pages 8-9

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Is the pension system a liability?

Southwest Economy , Issue Sep , Pages 1, 7-12

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Electricity deregulation likely to benefit consumers: later, if not sooner

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 1-5

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Noteworthy: Demographics, natural gas, electric power

The regional economic outlook is quite positive. Broad-based hiring in every sector from energy to construction to services reflects the confidence employers have that the region is poised for sustained expansion
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 14

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Beyond the border: China's growing economic influence in East Asia after WTO

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 13 - 14

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Bank competition in the new economy

Southwest Economy , Issue Mar , Pages 1, 6-9

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What about free trade within the United States?

Southwest Economy , Issue Jan , Pages 1-5

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College pays dividends - more so in Texas than U.S.

Economic research confirms what parents have been telling their children for generations: College education pays off in higher earnings. Indeed, the gains from earning a college degree have been rising over the past quarter century--in both the nation and Texas. ; Supply and demand go a long way toward explaining rapid increases in the college premium since the 1980s. Texas' faster increases suggest demand growth has outpaced supply growth by a wider margin in the state than the nation.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 3-6

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Noteworthy: Fortune 500: Texas ties California for national lead

According to the 2010 Fortune 500, released in April, Texas hosts the headquarters of 57 of the nation's 500 largest companies, ranked by gross revenues. Texas secured its place as a Fortune 500 leader through its position as focal point of the domestic energy industry, its relatively strong economic growth over the past decade, and its relatively low tax rates and living costs.
Southwest Economy , Issue Q2 , Pages 15




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