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Dallas Fed Economics

Pia Orrenius and Luis Torres

Dallas Fed President Lorie K. Logan met with San Antonio business and community leaders in mid-October in the third stop on her 360° in 365 Listening Tour.

Diego Morales-Burnett, Pia Orrenius and Madeline Zavodny

Continuing to retain working-age Texans and attract new ones from around the country and abroad is vital to maintaining the state’s workforce—its human capital—as baby boomers retire and birth rates decline.

Anton Cheremukhin

Increased worker job-hopping may help explain the odd-shaped post-COVID Beveridge curve and the underlying employment behavior it depicts.

Enrique Martínez-García

U.S. house prices appreciated a remarkable 94.5 percent from first quarter 2013 to second quarter 2022—a 60.8 percent rise after adjusting for inflation.

Luis Torres and Keighton Hines

Dallas Fed President Lorie K. Logan met with El Paso business and community leaders in mid-October in the second stop on her 360° in 365 Listening Tour.

Mytiah Caldwell, Prithvi Kalkunte and Christopher Slijk

The Texas economy shows continuing signs of softening, as output and employment indicators suggest slower growth relative to the first half of the year.

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