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Title: Border business: El Paso's commerical market
Authors: Hunt,Harold D.
Source: Tierra Grande, Apr-11, 18 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: El Paso (Tex.) - Economic conditions
Additional Information: Map: North American electric power grids; Graph: El Paso apartment occupancy versus rent per square foot per month, 2003-2010. Upscale living in downtown El Paso.
Ref ID: 91593
 
Title: Six years of change
Authors: Gutierrez,Jose Luis
Source: Business Mexico, 9885, 3 :8    
Subjects: Mexico - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1771; Graphs: Growth rate of industrial activity; Balance of merchandise trade; Mexico's international reserves; Controlled and free exchange rate undervaluation; Open unemployment and underemployment as percentage of the economically active population; Public investment and interest payments; Real peso wage rates; Inflation and inflationary pressure; Real growth of bank deposits.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83734
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dept. of hidden benefits - Peso power
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, 8-Apr-11, 103 :7 ,pg 3-4-  
Subjects: Immigrants - Mexican Border Region - Economic conditions
Ref ID: 91160
 
Title: Inside intelligence: How's it going?
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 28-May-12, 29 :21    
Subjects: Economic conditions - Public opinion polls
Ref ID: 93448
 
Title: Business Mexico indicators
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2676, :    
Subjects: Mexico - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 550; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 86126
 
Title: Less giving when it hurts: Economy pinches college donations
Authors: Shields,Clint
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, : ,pg 10- 11
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 940; Chart: 1-Giving slows down; 2- Endowments tumble.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85386
 
Title: Signpost for the economy: a look at our economic tables
Authors: Wangrin,Mark
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, : ,pg 12- 13
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 941; Graph: Tracking jobs 2000-2009.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85481
 
Title: Brief bytes: Holiday survery results
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, : ,pg 13-  
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 873; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85525
 
Title: High tide for red ink; Federal deficits and the National debt
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, :    
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 932; Graph: Oceans of debt.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85526
 
Title: Lessons from Bernanke
Authors: Dotzour,Mark G.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2010, 17 :4 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: United States - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 33; Chart: Consumer price index for all urban consumers: All items (CPIAUCNS); Ben Bernanke, Federal Reserve Chairman.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90079
 
Title: Gasoline and smoldering embers: Outlook for Fed's Monetary Policy
Authors: Dotzour,Mark G.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2010, 17 :4 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: United States - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 36; Graph: Excess reserves of depository institutions (EXCRESNS).; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90080
 
Title: Rebranding the Rio Grande Valley: Rio South Texas
Authors: Hunt,Harold D.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2010, 17 :4 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Rio Grande Valley - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 35; Map: Rio South Texas; Chart: Employment growth by NAICS designation July 2000-July 2010.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90142
 
Title: Consumer spending survey; Texas downturn had an upside
Authors: Anari,Ali
Source: Tierra Grande, 2010, 17 :3 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 39; Table: Major metropolitan areas ranked by shelter expenditures as share of total expenditures; Graph: Expenditure shares for shelter in 2008 and percent change in home prices, major metropolitan areas, 2007-09.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89279
 
Title: Editorial: King Rick's last refuge
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :3    
Subjects: Perry Rick Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 5; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84608
 
Title: On the move to Texas: U-haul top U.S. destination cities
Authors:
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, :    
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 942; Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, Plano, Fort Worth.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84844
 
Title: Letter from the Comptroller
Authors: Combs,Susan
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, :    
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 943; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84948
 
Title: Perry's fiscal flim-flam: How the governor has spun disastrous economic policies into winning politics
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :8   11
Subjects: Perry Rick Employment Economic conditions Budget Education
Additional Information: ID: 250; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84986
 
Title: Proceed with caution
Authors: Klassen,Gerald,Mark G.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2010, 17 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 891; Reason: 1- Second banking crisis; 2- CRE impact on small business credit availablity; 3- Rising treasury rates; 4- Rising mortgage rates; 5- Weak consumer demand disappoints recovery expecations; 6-Busting of asset bubble in China; 7- Layoffs at
Ref ID: 85131
 
Title: What in store? Retailing at warp speed
Authors: Pope,Bryan
Source: Tierra Grande, 2010, 17 :1 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 882; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85295
 
Title: Worser and worser
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 2009, 26 :13    
Subjects: Economic conditions Unemployment
Additional Information: ID: 1172; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 79739
 
Title: It's the economy...
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 2009, 26 :25    
Subjects: Economic conditions - Public opinion polls
Additional Information: ID: 1475; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 79948
 
Title: Public policy
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 2009, 26 :27    
Subjects: Public opinion polls Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1485; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 79958
 
Title: Texas cities tops for job growth
Authors:
Source: Texas Rising, 2009, :    
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1603; Chart: 1- Texas has nine of the top 20 best metros; 2-Texas is home to the most Fortune 500 companies; 3-Texas is still tops for business.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80012
 
Title: Rain, rain, go away: If there were downpour conditions in the economy, it's now: job losses, a soft housing market, a severe credit crunch. And yet, Texas seems to be in far better shape than most every place else. How did we get here? Where do we go from
Authors:
Source: Texas Monthly, 2009, 37 :6 ,pg 142- 147
Subjects: Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1843; The participants: Susan Combs, Ernesto Cort‚s, Rodney Ellis, James Huffines, and Bernard Weinstein.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80033
 
Title: Which economic crisis? Looking for work in South Texas
Authors: Sieff,Kevin
Source: Texas Observer, 2009, 101 :9 ,pg 18- 20
Subjects: Torres Elizabeth Rio Grande Valley - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1735; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81486
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