|Outlook for the Texas Economy||Outlook for the Texas Economy||Luis Torres and Wayne Day||2016-10-13T05:00:00Z||This monthly report offers an overview of the various sectors of the Texas economy, including housing, manufacturing, energy, employment, and trade. ||Digital and Print||2046||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/technical-report/outlook-for-the-texas-economy|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2046.pdf|
|Texas Housing Insight||Texas Housing Insight||James P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, and Wayne Day||2016-10-12T05:00:00Z|
The Texas economy marched forward in August. Total employment expanded 1.6 percent year-over-year with a monthly gain of 10,400 jobs.
|Digital and Print||2120||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/technical-report/Texas housing economy leading index construction|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2120.pdf|
|Monthly Review of the Texas Economy||Monthly Review of the Texas Economy||Ali Anari||2016-09-22T05:00:00Z||How does the Texas economy compare with the national one? This report looks at all the angles with a particular focus on employment and unemployment. It includes rankings of various industries by employment.||Digital and Print||1862||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/technical-report/monthly-review-of-the-texas-economy|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/1862.pdf|
|Is There Still a Message in the Inverted Yield Curve?||Is There Still a Message in the Inverted Yield Curve?||Luis B. Torres||2016-04-04T05:00:00Z|
Historically, before each
of the last seven recessions, short-term interest rates rose above long-term
rates, producing what economists call an inverted yield curve.
|Digital and Print||2128||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/research-article/inverted yield curve interest rates|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2128.pdf|
|Oil Price Collapse: Is the Worst of Its Impact Over?||Oil Price Collapse: Is the Worst of Its Impact Over?||Ali Anari, James P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, and Harold D. Hunt||2016-03-30T05:00:00Z|
A recent Real Estate Center press release included economic indicators suggesting that the worst of the oil price collapse's impact on the Texas economy may be over. That caught people's attention. Could the worst be over?
|Digital and Print||2127||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/research-article/oil employment jobs economy|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2127.pdf|