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  • Opening remarks for Advance Together: Celebrating the achievements of Texas community partnerships

    President Lorie K. Logan emphasizes the importance of community development as a key function of the Federal Reserve and highlights the cross-sector collaborations that have advanced education and workforce development.

  • Texas Employment Forecast

    The Texas Employment Forecast estimates jobs will increase 1.9 percent in 2024, with an 80 percent confidence band of 1.4 to 2.4 percent.

  • Moving up, falling back or staying still: How income mobility in Texas differs by race, ethnicity

    This article analyzes how different demographic groups can climb the income ladder and move into higher-income groups.

  • A level playing field for deposit insurance

    In remarks at the conference “Exploring Conventional Bank Funding Regimes in an Unconventional World, ” President Lorie K. Logan offers her views on how bank funding models and public policies can support a strong, vibrant and diverse banking system.

  • Weekly Economic Index

    The WEI is currently 2.23 percent, scaled to four-quarter GDP growth, for the week ended July 13 and 2.50 percent for July 06.

  • Energy Indicators

    Natural gas exports are recovering and poised to rise further. Real power prices are rising—achieving new highs—while the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) eyes the potential for August power outages.

  • Eleventh District Beige Book

    The Eleventh District economy expanded slightly over the reporting period. Activity grew in the nonfinancial services, finance, and energy sectors. Manufacturing output was flat, while retail sales and home sales declined.

  • Unequal Climate Policy in an Unequal World

    This paper studies climate policy in an economy with heterogeneous households, two types of goods (clean and dirty), and a climate externality from the dirty good.

  • Diversity, equity and inclusion

    The Dallas Fed is committed to building a strong economy that creates opportunity for the people of our district. We embrace diversity, promote equity and advance inclusion in the work that we do.

  • Running the economy hotter for longer could steepen Phillips curve

    In the short run, running the economy hot—with output growth above potential—comes with the cost of additional inflation. But policymakers cannot exploit this relationship forever because inflation expectations won’t remain anchored, as the public comes to expect a higher level of inflation for any given level of output.