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Dallas Fed recent additions

A comprehensive list of recently added postings on Dallasfed.org.
  • Demographic Transition, Industrial Policies and Chinese Economic Growth

    This paper builds a unified framework to quantitatively examine how demographic transition and industrial policies have contributed to China’s economic growth in the past five decades.

  • Texas economy moderates toward more normal growth in 2024

    Texas economic growth remains healthy while gradually reverting to a more historically normal pace of expansion following the pandemic when a bust in the first half of 2020 preceded a subsequent boom.

  • Hang your hat in Texas: State remains a leader in firm relocations

    Recently released data through 2019 show Texas remains a juggernaut, a leader for business relocations. And while figures covering the subsequent pandemic era and beyond are incomplete, anecdotal evidence suggests Texas remains a go-to spot.

  • Austin Economic Indicators

    Austin lost jobs in December as layoffs in the high-tech sector continued, and the unemployment rate increased. Rent prices stabilized, and home inventories increased.

  • Texas Economic Indicators

    The Texas economy expanded at a robust pace last year. Payrolls expanded in December, and the unemployment rate dropped. Initial unemployment claims ticked down in mid-January.

  • Texas service sector activity slips back into contraction

    Growth in Texas service sector activity contracted slightly in January, according to business executives responding to the Texas Service Sector Outlook Survey.

  • Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey

    Texas factory activity contracted in January after stabilizing in December, according to business executives responding to the Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey.

  • El Paso Economic Indicators

    El Paso job growth grew in December, and the unemployment rate remained the same. In addition, U.S. industrial production grew, and both auto production and sales increased.

  • Trimmed Mean PCE inflation rate

    The Trimmed Mean PCE inflation rate over the 12 months ending in December was 3.3 percent. According to the BEA, the overall PCE inflation rate was 2.6 percent on a 12-month basis, and the inflation rate for PCE excluding food and energy was 2.9 percent on a 12-month basis.

  • San Antonio Economic Indicators

    San Antonio payroll job growth and wages picked up in December. However, unemployment remained stable, retail sales tax revenue fell, and existing home sales declined.