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The Near Term Growth Impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

This paper uses existing empirical estimates of the macroeconomic effects of tax changes to project the near term impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on US GDP growth.

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Regional Economy

Eleventh District Beige Book

Economic activity grew moderately, with a rebound in retail sales and an acceleration in financial and nonfinancial services activity. Robust expansion in the energy industry continued, while growth in manufacturing eased somewhat.

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Essay by President Robert S. Kaplan

Taking the Long View: Creating a Better Future for Our Children and Grandchildren

Short-term cyclical developments are only part of the story in understanding the U.S. and global economies.

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In Focus
Rob Kaplan Discusses Technology-Enabled Disruption

In a new series of videos, Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan discusses technology-enabled disruption and its likely impact on inflation, labor markets and the skills gap in the United States.

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Facing the Storm: The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the Impact of Hurricane Harvey

The 2017 Annual Report focuses on how the Dallas Fed served the Gulf Coast communities during Hurricane Harvey.

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Featured Event

Technology-Enabled Disruption: Implications for Business, Labor Markets and Monetary Policy —Dallas, May 24–25: This conference aims to provide a better understanding of the technology-enabled disruption phenomenon and explore its implications for the broader economy, in particular, labor markets and the workforce.

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The Economy in Action

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About the Dallas Fed

As one of twelve regional Reserve Banks in the Federal Reserve System, the Dallas Fed serves the Eleventh Federal Reserve District, which consists of Texas, northern Louisiana and southern New Mexico.

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