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The Perryman Report & Texas Letter

The Short‑Term Economic Forecast for Texas Metropolitan Areas

Published on July 03, 2024 (Vol. 41, No. 03)

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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Metropolitan Area Economic Forecast

Although many communities across the state as well as rural areas will contribute to economic growth, the largest population centers will drive future expansion. This issue includes highlights from The Perryman Group's most recent forecast.

The Capital Region

The Capital Region is made up of the Austin-Round Rock-Georgetown Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) along with ten counties. The area is home to roughly 2.6 million people and represents 8.51% of the state's population.

Economic Development News

Business expansions and relocations are fueling economic development activity across Texas. Check out this section and read more on these recent announcements making headlines in the state.