Dr. Perryman breaks down responses from a recent poll and some factors that contribute to a surprising result.
Dr. Perryman describes the circumstances that have led to wage cuts across the economy and what larger impact this will have.
Dr. Perryman explains the Railroad Commission's decision to avoid cutting production, and why this was the correct choice.
Dr. Perryman is embarking on his 36th annual Outlook Conference, and he has a preview of what he will be sharing with audiences.
How fast the process of rebuilding Southeast Texas can get up and running will depend on the pool of qualified construction workers.
One aspect of President Trump's executive order looking at financial regulations would repeal parts of Dodd Frank, including the fiduciary rule.
With its positive growth, the December jobs report made it 75 consecutive months of growth, the longest stretch since 1939. Dr. Perryman says it is up to Donald Trump to keep it going.
The US economy continues to recover from the pandemic. Even in the midst of challenges both domestically and internationally, our latest projections call for expansion over the next five years. Here's an overview of some key patterns influencing the outlook.