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Southwest Economy, First Quarter 2021
Snapshot: Dining Out Picks Up in Texas, Houston
The number of patrons dining at restaurants surged in Texas and Houston after the state thawed from a deep freeze in February and COVID-19 constraints on restaurants and bars were lifted March 10.
April 09, 2021
Texas Economy Still Growing, Though Pace Slows
The regional economy is growing at a slower pace than in recent months, with Texas labor markets remaining tight. Energy activity has declined, and export growth has slowed this year.
November 07, 2019
Texas Economy Keeps Growing Despite More Pessimistic Outlook
The regional economy is growing at a moderate pace, and labor markets remain tight. However, the outlook among Texas firms has deteriorated due to concern about tariffs, trade policy uncertainty and slowing global growth.
September 26, 2019
Texas Economic Activity Stabilizes, but Slower Job Growth Is Ahead
Output growth in Texas has stabilized after a relatively robust 2018. However, a tight labor market, slowing energy activity and weakening global demand will restrain Texas growth during 2019, an assessment consistent with the Dallas Fed’s outlook for the year.
April 04, 2019