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Regional Economy

Texas Employment Forecast

Incorporating April annualized employment growth of 4.2 percent and gains in the leading index, the Texas Employment Forecast projects jobs will grow 3.6 percent this year (December/December), with an 80 percent confidence band of 2.5 to 4.7 percent.

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Economic Indicators

Southern New Mexico Economic Indicators

New Mexico’s labor market expanded in the first quarter, while employment levels in Las Cruces inched down. Trade through the port is rising, and the rig count is well above year-ago levels.

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Economic Indicators

Permian Basin Economic Indicators

Employment increased in the Permian Basin during March while the unemployment rate continued to fall. Oil indicators are showing strength.

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In Focus
Dallas Fed Explains: Cyclical vs. Secular Economic Trends

In a new video series, Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan explains why short-term cyclical developments are only part of the story. Other videos look at Aging Demographics, Technology-Enabled Disruption, and Debt to GDP.  Read also: “Taking the Long View: Creating a Better Future for Our Children and Grandchildren"

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Featured Event

Technology-Enabled Disruption: Implications for Business, Labor Markets and Monetary Policy —Dallas, May 24–25: This conference aims to provide a better understanding of the technology-enabled disruption phenomenon and explore its implications for the broader economy, in particular, labor markets and the workforce.

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The Economy in Action
The Economy in Action

The Economy in Action is a free exhibit at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

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Energy Research

The Dallas Fed is a premier source for information on energy economics.


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About the Dallas Fed

As one of twelve regional Reserve Banks in the Federal Reserve System, the Dallas Fed serves the Eleventh Federal Reserve District, which consists of Texas, northern Louisiana and southern New Mexico.

The Eleventh District