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  • Dallas-Fort Worth Economic Indicators

    The Dallas–Fort Worth economy slowed in October. Payroll employment fell, while unemployment was little changed.

  • Women business owners in Texas get less financing than men do

    Women in Texas who own small businesses struggle more than men to access loans, post-COVID data show, and the situation is worse for women of color.

  • El Paso Economic Indicators

    El Paso employment declined from July to October. The business-cycle index increased slightly, and the unemployment rate fell. In addition, wage growth stabilized. The U.S. industrial production index decreased, and both auto production and sales dropped.

  • San Antonio Economic Indicators

    San Antonio payroll jobs increased in September at the fastest rate in over a year. In addition, unemployment declined despite the increases in the labor force, and wages rose.

  • Weekly Economic Index

    The WEI is currently 2.12 percent, scaled to four-quarter GDP growth, for the week ended November 25 and 1.83 percent for November 18.

  • Trimmed Mean PCE inflation rate

    The Trimmed Mean PCE inflation rate over the 12 months ending in October was 3.6 percent. According to the BEA, the overall PCE inflation rate was 3.0 percent on a 12-month basis, and the inflation rate for PCE excluding food and energy was 3.5 percent on a 12-month basis.

  • 2nd CEMLA/Dallas Fed Financial Stability Workshop

    The Center for Latin American Monetary Studies (CEMLA) and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas invite submissions to their 2nd Financial Stability Workshop, to be held from November 30 to December 1, 2023, in Dallas.

  • Energy Indicators

    Gasoline and diesel prices have come down since the end of summer, with gasoline prices seeing a stronger decline. A drop in gasoline consumption contributed to bloated gasoline inventories, while consumption of diesel is still relatively healthy, contributing to higher refining margins for the heavier product.

  • Eleventh District Beige Book

    The Eleventh District economy expanded at slower pace than in the previous reporting period. Manufacturing output rose, while growth in services stalled out and retail sales fell.

  • New disruption from artificial intelligence exposes high-skilled workers

    With workers still grappling with the consequences of automation, the lightning-speed pace of artificial intelligence (AI) development poses fresh concerns of a new wave of worker displacement.