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Dallas Morning News
The future of the state's largest regulated utility is uncertainperceived as having “overly burdensome regulation.” Among those who signed the
The future of the state's largest regulated utility is uncertain
Dallas Morning News / Posted 21 hours ago
perceived as having “overly burdensome regulation.” Among those who signed the letter: Richard Fisher Former president, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Harlan Crow, CEO, Crow Holdings Stephen Mansfield, CEO, Methodist Health System Kelcy... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Texas regulators, you can’t have it both waysperceived as having “overly burdensome regulation.” Among those who signed the
Texas regulators, you can’t have it both ways
Dallas Morning News / Posted yesterday
perceived as having “overly burdensome regulation.” Among those who signed the letter: Richard Fisher Former president, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Harlan Crow, CEO, Crow Holdings Stephen Mansfield, CEO, Methodist Health System Kelcy... Read more
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FOX Business
Energy Woes Continue to Weigh on Cullen/Frost Bankers' Resultsdiversified economy remains resilient, people are attracted to the state's low-
Energy Woes Continue to Weigh on Cullen/Frost Bankers' Results
FOX Business / Posted 6 days ago
diversified economy remains resilient, people are attracted to the state's low-cost, pro-business environment. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is predicting job growth of 1.0 percent in Texas this year, increasing employment in the state... Read more
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FOX Business
Energy Woes Continue to Weigh on Cullen/Frost Bankers' Resultsdiversified economy remains resilient, people are attracted to the state's low-
Energy Woes Continue to Weigh on Cullen/Frost Bankers' Results
FOX Business / Posted 6 days ago
diversified economy remains resilient, people are attracted to the state's low-cost, pro-business environment. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is predicting job growth of 1.0 percent in Texas this year, increasing employment in the state... Read more
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CNBC
Fisher: Fed must have the 'bravery' to raise ratesday. The interviews are longer and go deeper into the topics Rick cares about.
Fisher: Fed must have the 'bravery' to raise rates
CNBC / Posted 6 days ago
day. The interviews are longer and go deeper into the topics Rick cares about. Richard Fisher, former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, told Rick Santelli that it's time for investors to pay the piper for the years of easy money... Read more
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Business Wire
Travelers Institute Launches National Cybersecurity Series in Los Angeles and Houstonnext symposium will be held May 11 in Houston, where Jason Ritchie, Assistant V
Travelers Institute Launches National Cybersecurity Series in Los Angeles and Houston
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
next symposium will be held May 11 in Houston, where Jason Ritchie, Assistant Vice President, Bank Administration, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Houston Branch, will deliver the keynote address “Securing Banking and Payment Systems: A... Read more
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The Economic Times
Impoverished thinking props up the wealth effectBy Barry Ritholtz The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in a report noted that sev
Impoverished thinking props up the wealth effect
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
By Barry Ritholtz The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in a report noted that several factors affect consumer spending: "Higher incomes and household wealth boost spending. Higher, real (inflation-adjusted) interest rates — which encourage consumers to... Read more
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Market Watch
Fed is not going to stand still for long, Kaplan saysFederal Reserve Bank of Dallas Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan Rob Kaplan,
Fed is not going to stand still for long, Kaplan says
Market Watch / Posted 21 days ago
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan Rob Kaplan, the president of the Dallas Fed, said Tuesday he expects an interest rate hike in the “not-too-distant future” if the economy recovers after a “mediocre” first... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Key U.S. Events In The Coming Weekdownside risks have diminished since earlier in the year. 01:00 PM Dallas Fed
Key U.S. Events In The Coming Week
Zero Hedge / Posted 22 days ago
downside risks have diminished since earlier in the year. 01:00 PM Dallas Fed President Kaplan (FOMC non-voter) speaks Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan will deliver a speech at a community forum hosted by the bank at... Read more
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Rice Owls
Owls Announce 2016 Honor Jerseystackling in both 1988 & 89. While completing his degree at Rice he served a stu
Owls Announce 2016 Honor Jerseys
Rice Owls / Posted 26 days ago
tackling in both 1988 & 89. While completing his degree at Rice he served a student intern in the Research group of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and began working there after graduation. He was named vice president of Federal Reserve Bank... Read more
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Market Watch
Fed’s Kaplan calls for improving economic infrastructureinvests in infrastructure, manages immigration policy and improves education, s
Fed’s Kaplan calls for improving economic infrastructure
Market Watch / Posted 29 days ago
invests in infrastructure, manages immigration policy and improves education, said Robert Kaplan, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. “[At the] Fed, we’re worried about GDP and employment,” said Kaplan, speaking at a moderated... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Key U.S. Events In The Coming Weekviews regarding the recent acceleration in core inflation. 08:00 PM Dallas Fed
Key U.S. Events In The Coming Week
Zero Hedge / Posted 30 days ago
views regarding the recent acceleration in core inflation. 08:00 PM Dallas Fed President Kaplan (FOMC non-voter) speaks Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Kaplan speaks on a moderated panel at the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Why American workers aren't changing jobs, and what it means for the economyfrom their existing positions, according to an analysis of government data by W
Why American workers aren't changing jobs, and what it means for the economy
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
from their existing positions, according to an analysis of government data by W. Michael Cox, former chief economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Two other related trends point to a similar conclusion: The formation of new companies,... Read more

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