The Long‑Term Outlook for the US Economy | The Perryman Group

The Perryman Report & Texas Letter

The Long‑Term Outlook for the US Economy

Published on October 28, 2021 (Vol. 38, No. 07)

Perryman Report & Texas Letter offers concise coverage of important trends and events affecting the economy, including highlights from our short-term and long-term economic forecasts for the US, Texas, and cities and regions within Texas. It is published 10 times a year and available as an annual subscription (with access to back-issues) for $150.00.

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United States Economic Forecast

The US economy continues to improve from the pandemic, and next year should bring significant gains. The long-term outlook calls for expansion in the decades to come, though there are challenges to be addressed. This issue highlights The Perryman Group's most recent projections.

The Alamo Region

The San Antonio-New Braunfels and Victoria metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) along with 19 counties make up the Alamo Region. The area is home to around 2.89 million residents and represents 9.88% of the state's total population.

Economic Development News

Economic development activity continues to pop up across the Lone Star State. Check out this section and read about recent relocations and expansions making local headlines.

Focus On: Real Gross Product

A breakdown of real gross product by MSA provides a quick look at the forecast for 2020 to 2045. See page 7 to get a snapshot of the anticipated growth.