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After two years of fast economic growth in Texas, analysts began 2023 with concerns about an economic slowdown for the state. As the year enters its final quarter, how is the state’s economy faring, what does it mean for Texans, and what might 2024 bring? Texas Tribune CEO Sonal Shah sits down with Roberto Coronado, senior vice president and senior economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, for a timely and wide-ranging conversation focused on the implications and opportunities for Texas families and communities.
The Texas Tribune on Tuesday hosted a discussion of the U.S. economy, its potential impact on Texas, and how the Lone Star State’s diverse economy positions us differently. We’ll assess the financial health of various industries, where there’s job growth and investment in workforce development, and what emerging markets are showing promise. What does the rapidly changing Texas economic landscape mean for families and business across the state?
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