The pace of economic recovery in Dallas–Fort Worth eased in April. Payrolls expanded broadly but at a slower rate than in March. Unemployment dipped, and the business-cycle indexes for both Dallas and Fort Worth rose. Existing-home sales climbed in March and April, and home price gains accelerated further. Recently released data from the Census Bureau show that DFW ranked No. 1 among U.S. metros in net population increase in 2020.
Read more...Dallas-Fort Worth Economic Indicators June 2021 via Dallas Fed