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2015 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report After the Boom: Texas Economy Downshifts in Energy Bust

While the global oil price collapse has slowed Texas’ economic growth, the state is in a much better position to weather the storm than it was during the 1980s recession and banking crisis. In a series of essays, Dallas Fed economists take an in-depth look at the factors that contributed to the bust and what comes next, including the outlooks for energy, banking, housing and jobs and wages. The report also examines the potential impact of the slowdown in China’s economy on the state’s growth.

2014 Annual Report

Examinations of the Reserve Bank

  • 2014 Financials

Bank Leadership

  • Senior Management
  • Dallas Board of Directors
  • El Paso Board of Directors
  • Houston Board of Directors
  • San Antonio Board of Directors
  • Officers/Senior Staff
2013 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report The Long-Awaited Housing Recovery

U.S. housing markets experienced a notable boom and a painful bust during the past decade. Most recently, housing began its long-awaited recovery—the subject of the Dallas Fed’s 2013 Annual Report. In three essays, widely recognized housing expert and associate director of research John Duca shares insights on the national and regional markets and the outlook for housing.

2012 Annual Report

2012 Annual Report Vanquishing Too Big to Fail

The solution for ending "too big to fail" is not bigger government, but smaller, unsubsidized banking institutions governed by the market discipline of creditors at risk of loss.

2011 Annual Report

Choosing the Road to Prosperity
Why We Must End Too Big to Fail—Now

The too-big-to-fail institutions that amplified and prolonged the recent financial crisis remain a hindrance to full economic recovery and to the very ideal of American capitalism. It is imperative that we break up the big banks.

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