Houston Economic Trends – November 2012

by CoyDavidson on November 20, 2012


Houston Economic Indicators

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Houston business-cycle index indicated that economic activity in the Houston metropolitan area accelerated to an annualized rate of 8.5 percent in September. Strong employment growth for September and continued health in key area industries are pushing up activity despite eroding international expectations. Real estate markets are improving, energy prices are mostly in healthy territory and retail indicators are positive.

Houston Economic Indicators – November 2012

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