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The bright U.S. macroeconomic outlook is reflected in strong expected performance across all states. The adoption of new technologies in the O&G industry is indicative of peak employment rather than peak production levels in the mining sector and will benefit high-value added service niches and regions that can adapt to the…
Economic activity increased in 47 states, and declined in AK, DE and WV. Stronger global growth, a rebound in the mining sector and increased trade activity supporting regional growth. Florida and Texas to face headwinds from hurricanes Irma and Harvey, but effects should be transitory. Fundamentals in the Sunbelt region re…
Overview of different resolution frameworks: comparison between Europe, US, Latam and Japan.
In December, activity increased in 44 states, with strongest gains in the West. Activity decelerated in the Sunbelt, despite pickups in the manufacturing, mining, and retail trade sectors. Despite a strong dollar and weak exports, manufacturing activity to benefit from improved domestic demand.
The net economic impact of Super Bowl LI for Houston will be $69 million. The largest benefit could come from a boost to the city’s brand and image
Small business formation continues to improve. Real estate, healthcare, finance and professional services show strong performance. Healthy balance sheets and better financial conditions encourage borrowing. Regulation and fiscal policy remain key concerns for small business owners.
In April, activity increased in 42 states, but the pace of expansion decelerated nationwide. Activity decelerated in the Sunbelt, with the largest declines in the mining, information, and leisure sectors. As anticipated, East and West Coast states experienced the strongest pick-up in activity.