A new study concludes the number of jobs in banking could decline by 30% in the next five years. Here's Dr. Perryman.
Many wonder what the economy of the Gulf Coast will look like after the region is rebuilt. Dr. Perryman gets out his crystal ball.
The 20,000 jobs created by employers in July according to the Texas Workforce Commission was half June's tally, but Dr. Perryman says that does little to halt the state's job growth.
Dr. Perryman notes that since the election of President Trump in November, more than 120 applications for new banks have been submitted.
Exxon Mobil says it's purchasing the Bass interest in the Permian Basin for a whopping $7 billion. Dr. Perryman says this is a clear signal.