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Soft Exports, Falling Rig Count Slow Texas Growth


Texas could face headwinds from fiscal tightening, particularly as cuts to defense spending filter down to contractors and subcontractors. But he expects the state will continue to enjoy moderate growth through the rest of the year.

-Robert Dye, Chief Economist of Comerica Bank

via Soft Exports, Falling Rig Count Slow Texas Growth.

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