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Houston’s economy might not be as hot as it looks — and still needs oil
Economy
Published in 25-3-2020
    834 Visits

The Houston region’s economic growth might not be as strong as reported and seems likely to slow next year as the petrochemical expansion winds down and oil prices remain modest, according to a new forecast from the University of Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas manufacturing sector contracts for first time since 2016
Economy
Published in 25-3-2020
    186 Visits

Manufacturers have been hit particularly hard by the U.S.-China trade war.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas employers add 37,500 jobs as key sectors carry state through energy woes
Economy
Published in 25-3-2020
    195 Visits

The state’s unemployment rate remained at its historic low of 3.4 percent last month.

Reference: www.chron.com
Job market remains tight in Houston and Texas
Economy
Published in 25-3-2020
    524 Visits

Over the year, local employment grew 3 percent, adding 90,000 jobs in 2019.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas unemployment claims jump as economic turmoil from virus hits
Economy
Published in 25-3-2020
    503 Visits

First time claims for unemployment insurance in Texas last week jumped nearly 40 percent from a year ago as local governments shut down events, low oil prices buffeted the energy industry and customers stayed home to prevent exposure from the new coronavirus.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston’s economy might not be as hot as it looks — and still needs oil
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    399 Visits

The Houston region’s economic growth might not be as strong as reported and seems likely to slow next year as the petrochemical expansion winds down and oil prices remain modest, according to a new forecast from the University of Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas manufacturing sector contracts for first time since 2016
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    887 Visits

Manufacturers have been hit particularly hard by the U.S.-China trade war.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas employers add 37,500 jobs as key sectors carry state through energy woes
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    621 Visits

The state’s unemployment rate remained at its historic low of 3.4 percent last month.

Reference: www.chron.com
Job market remains tight in Houston and Texas
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    710 Visits

Over the year, local employment grew 3 percent, adding 90,000 jobs in 2019.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas unemployment claims jump as economic turmoil from virus hits
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    665 Visits

First time claims for unemployment insurance in Texas last week jumped nearly 40 percent from a year ago as local governments shut down events, low oil prices buffeted the energy industry and customers stayed home to prevent exposure from the new coronavirus.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston’s economy might not be as hot as it looks — and still needs oil
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    354 Visits

The Houston region’s economic growth might not be as strong as reported and seems likely to slow next year as the petrochemical expansion winds down and oil prices remain modest, according to a new forecast from the University of Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas manufacturing sector contracts for first time since 2016
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    158 Visits

Manufacturers have been hit particularly hard by the U.S.-China trade war.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas employers add 37,500 jobs as key sectors carry state through energy woes
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    530 Visits

The state’s unemployment rate remained at its historic low of 3.4 percent last month.

Reference: www.chron.com
Job market remains tight in Houston and Texas
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    675 Visits

Over the year, local employment grew 3 percent, adding 90,000 jobs in 2019.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas unemployment claims jump as economic turmoil from virus hits
Economy
Published in 18-3-2020
    637 Visits

First time claims for unemployment insurance in Texas last week jumped nearly 40 percent from a year ago as local governments shut down events, low oil prices buffeted the energy industry and customers stayed home to prevent exposure from the new coronavirus.

Reference: www.chron.com


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