Dr. Perryman examines the latest developments on the trade front, and is troubled with one aspect he sees coming out of a particular deal.
The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged following its December meeting and signaled it would stay on hold for 2020.
Almost a year after the three countries signed the new US-Mexico-Canada trade deal, there's an agreement to make it the new NAFTA. Dr. Perryman says a big winner is Texas.
Charles Schwab intends to merge with TD Ameritrade, but more importantly, the low-cost stock trader plans to move its corporate headquarters from California to Texas.
Employers added 266,000 jobs in November and unemployment falls to a 50 year low.
The administration issues new guidelines for SNAP, a supplemental nutrition assistance program that used to be known as food stamps, and Dr. Perryman calls it short-sighted.
Dr. Perryman says the Federal Reserve system has been engaged in an extensive study of the future of monetary policy and plans to issue a significant report next year.
The initial revision to the third quarter GDP numbers puts growth at 2.1%, up from 1.9%.
What is driving the high level of residential building, and how does it compare to what happened in the past?Radio Spot Broadcast via Texas State Networks on November 26, 2019
The country has hit a 12-year high when it comes to issuing new residential building permits. What's driving it?
- residential building