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Amarillo National Bank: Economic Analysis Feb. 2014Amarillo National Bank: Economic Analysis Feb. 2014https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=46052014-03-24T12:04:00Z2014-03-24T00:00:00Z

AMARILLO - The local economy gained strength in February 2014 as retail sales and construction pushed higher, according to Amarillo National Bank.

School additions and security projects were $20 million of the $80 million building permits issued in February 2014. Fed Ex, located on East I-40, and apartments in West Amarillo also added to the gain.

Amarillo Economic Analysis: February 2014
  Feb. 2014 Jan. 2014 Feb. 2013
Index* 245.10 215.41 244.00
Sales tax collections $8,298,489 $5,985,688 $7,907,538
New vehicle sales 1,354 1,021 1,225
Total workers employed 130,038 130,038 131,500
Building permits amount $80,979,036 $40,591,417 $21,387,264
Residential starts 48 41 48
Median home sold price $142,900 $149,900 $124,000
Natural gas $5.18 $4.11 $3.16
Milk $21.40 $19.70 $18.25
Cotton (per pound) $76.00 $74.50 $72.90

*Base-100, January 1988

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