Dallas–Fort Worth economic growth slowed in June as employment contracted and unemployment rose. After benchmark revisions, DFW employment was flat in the first half of the year, slightly better than the state’s −0.1 percent rate. DFW’s office and industrial markets saw continued expansion in the second quarter, and home prices rose further. The Dallas Fed business-cycle indexes indicate continued modest growth for the metroplex.
Read more...DFW Economic Indicators July 2016 via Dallas Fed