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Dallas Fed Economics

Sewon Hur

Dallas Fed economist Sewon Hur examines how sovereign debt crises can amplify banking problems.

Ana Pranger and Yichen Su

Professional services jobs have grown faster in Texas than in the U.S. since 2020, partly because of business relocations to the state. This expansion has been highly geographically clustered, with 10 of Texas’ 254 counties accounting for more than 92 percent of the statewide growth.

Laila Assanie and Prithvi Kalkunte

The Texas economy’s modest expansion appears to be slowing despite having some pockets of strength.

Jesse Thompson

In the fifth stop on her 360° in 365 Listening Tour, Dallas Fed President Lorie K. Logan met with Midland–Odessa business and community leaders in mid-April to learn about the area’s strengths, challenges and outlook.

Nitzan Tzur-Ilan, Emily Perlmeter and Xiaohan Zhang

This analysis leverages new eviction and credit data from Dallas County, Texas, to explore the impact of the moratoriums and to examine trends that surfaced once the moratoriums ended.

W. Scott Frame and Matthew McCormick

The Federal Reserve aggressively tightened monetary policy in 2022, responding to high and persistent inflation. The resulting borrowing cost increase for households and firms was generally anticipated. However, fixed-rate mortgage interest rates were especially sensitive to the policy regime change.

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