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Dallas Fed recent additions

A comprehensive list of recently added postings on Dallasfed.org.
  • Women in Central Banking Workshop

    The Women in Central Banking Workshops provides a platform for female PhD students working on topics relevant for central banks to present and receive feedback on their work.

  • Texas Employment Forecast

    The Texas Employment Forecast estimates jobs will increase 2.6 percent in 2024, with an 80 percent confidence band of 2.0 to 3.2 percent.

  • Weekly Economic Index

    The WEI is currently 2.16 percent, scaled to four-quarter GDP growth, for the week ended May 11 and 1.34 percent for May 4.

  • Time-varying Persistence of House Price Growth: The Role of Expectations and Credit Supply

    High persistence is a prominent feature of price movements in U.S. housing markets, i.e., house prices grow faster this period if they grew faster last period. This paper provides two additional new insights to the literature on U.S. house price movements.

  • Dallas-Fort Worth Economic Indicators

    Dallas–Fort Worth economic growth waned in March. Payroll employment and home sales dipped, while unemployment ticked up.

  • How global oil sanctions lowered Russian oil export prices

    The decline in Russian oil export revenue since January 2022 was achieved by reducing the Russian export price rather than the volume of Russian oil exports.

  • Banking Conditions Survey

    Loan volumes declined after having largely stabilized in the two prior surveys, according to banking executives responding to the Banking Conditions Survey.

  • Addressing Texas grid reliability: Time to go nuclear?

    Thirty years after Texas’ last nuclear plant opened, new nuclear generation could provide needed power without planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Houston Economic Indicators

    Houston’s job growth continued to moderate in March. However, layoff announcements did not signal a spike in job losses. Export volumes through the Port of Houston continued to grow strongly while imports have ticked up moderately since November.

  • Energy Indicators

    Coal power usage continues to decline in Texas. Solar power will be roughly half of all new electric-generation additions in both Texas and the U.S. in 2024, according to the Energy Information Administration.