Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Emerging Growth: Mid- Decade Economic Trends University of North Texas Center for Economic Development and Research July 2014.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Emerging Growth: Mid- Decade Economic Trends University of North Texas Center for Economic Development and Research July 2014."— Presentation transcript:

1 Emerging Growth: Mid- Decade Economic Trends University of North Texas Center for Economic Development and Research July 2014

2 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis U. S. Real GDP Growth Annual Percentage Change 2013: 1.9%

3 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis Real Economic Growth Gross domestic product ’14 1Q 2014: -2.9%

4 Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Nonfarm Payrolls Monthly change, in thousands June 2014: 288,000

5 Nonfarm Payrolls 2008-Present Monthly change, in thousands Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

6 Source: Challenger, Gray and Christmas Human Sacrifice Number of layoff announcements in the U. S. (in thousands) Jun ’14: 31,434

7 Source: Challenger, Gray and Christmas Human Sacrifice 2008-Present Number of layoff announcements in the U. S. (in thousands)

8 U. S. Jobless Rate Seasonally adjusted June ’14: 6.1% Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

9 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce; Bureau of Economic Analysis May ’14: $14.6 trillion Personal Income Total personal income in trillions of dollars, before taxes, at seasonally adjusted annual rates

10 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce; Bureau of Economic Analysis Personal Income Total personal income in trillions of dollars, before taxes, at seasonally adjusted annual rates

11 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce; Bureau of Economic Analysis Personal Consumption In trillions May ’14: $11.8 trillion

12 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce; Bureau of Economic Analysis Personal Consumption In trillions

13

14 Source: U.S. Commerce Department June 2014: $439.9 billion Retail Sales Total retail sales in billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

15 Source: U.S. Commerce Department Retail Sales 2007-Present Total retail sales in billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

16 Source: Federal Reserve Board June 2014: Industrial Production Index, 2007=100, seasonally adjusted

17 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce Construction Spending In billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted May 2014: $956.1 billion

18 Source: Commerce Department Construction Spending 2007-Present In billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted

19 Sources: U.S. Department of Commerce; U.S. Department of H.U.D.; U.S. Census Bureau Housing Starts New private housing starts during the month, in thousands, at seasonally adjusted annual rates June ’14: 893,000

20 Housing Starts New private housing starts during the month, in thousands, at seasonally adjusted annual rates. Sources: U.S. Department of Commerce; U.S. Department of H.U.D.; U.S. Census Bureau

21 Sources: Dallas Morning News; Residential Strategies Dallas-Fort Worth Home Starts (in thousands)

22 Sources: Dallas Morning News; National Association of Home Builders Dallas-Ft. Worth Home Permits Issued (in thousands)

23 New-Home Sales Single-family homes (in thousands) May 2014: 504, Sources: U.S. Department of Commerce; U.S. Department of H.U.D.; U.S. Census Bureau

24 Source: The National Association of Realtors Existing-Home Sales Annual rate, in millions of dwelling units. May 2014: 4.89 million

25 2000:Q12013:Q22013:Q3Low PointDate of Low Point United States : Q3 Los Angeles : Q3 New York : Q3/Q4 Miami : Q1 Austin : Q4 Dallas : Q3 Houston : Q3 San Antonio : Q3 Source: NAHB - Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index Lower Prices and Interest Rates Helping Housing Affordability (Percent of homes sold for which the median family income could qualify) Original Slide provided by K. Phillips, FRB-Dallas; Updated by CEDR

26 Productivity Nonfarm business productivity, percent change from previous quarter at annual rate, seasonally adjusted 1Q 2014: -3.2% ’14 Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

27 Producer Prices Percentage change from previous month for final demand goods, seasonally adjusted Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics June 2014: 0.4% 00

28 Consumer Prices Percentage change, month to month (seasonally adjusted) Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics June 2014: 0.3% 0

29 Source: The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index From a monthly survey of 5,000 U. S. households, 1985 = June 2014: 85.2

30 Consumer Confidence: 2007-Present From a monthly survey of 5,000 U. S. households, 1985 = 100 Source: The Conference Board

31 Leading Indicators Index of 10 indicators designed to “lead,” or predict overall economic activity; 2004 = 100. June 2014:

32

33 Things to Worry About  Pace of job growth  Unfunded pension liabilities  European sovereign default  Corporate and consumer debt  Federal Deficits/Debt  Social Security / Medicare / Healthcare impact on taxes  Political gridlock  Environmental regulations  Market volatility

34 Source: Congressional Budget Office Budget Deficit In billions of dollars 2012: -$1.09 trillion 2013: -$679.5 billion 2014 Projected: -$492 billion 2015 Projected: -$469 billion 2016 Projected: -$536 billion

35 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce International Goods & Services Trade Deficit Billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted. Import figures exclude shipping and insurance May 2014: $44.4 billion

36 Source: Federal Reserve Board Household Net Worth In trillions ’14 1Q 2014: $81.8 trillion

37

38 Sources: Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts Personal Bankruptcy Filings Fiscal Years ending Sept. 30 (in millions)

39 Business Bankruptcies , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Sources: Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts

40 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce; Bureau of Economic Analysis May ’14: 4.8% Savings Rate As Percentage of Disposable Personal Income

41 Source: U.S. Department of Commerce; Bureau of Economic Analysis Savings Rate As Percentage of Disposable Personal Income

42 Longest Recession Since 1933 Ended June 2009 Federal Reserve Bank Dallas

43

44

45

46

47

48 TXLI Components Changes Mar-Apr-May Source: Federal Reserve Bank Dallas

49 Last Data Entry: May 2014 Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Texas Leading Index 1981-Present Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted, 1987=100

50

51

52

53

54 Source: Texas Workforce Commission Unemployment Rates: U.S., Texas, and D/FW Metro U. S. & Texas Seasonally Adjusted *D/FW not Seasonally Adjusted U. S. June 2014 = 6.1% Texas June 2014 = 5.1% D/FW June 2014 = 5.4%

55 Source: Texas Workforce Commission Ft. Worth-Arlington MSA Nonagricultural Employment

56 Dallas-Plano-Irving MD Nonagricultural Employment Source: Texas Workforce Commission

57 Sales and Use Tax Allocations % Chg Allen24,606,22827,499,53429,874,63431,856, % Arlington83,143,84886,127,96788,941,22994,043, % Dallas204,732,898215,394,908232,445,766242,456, % Fort Worth100,569,555105,424,832112,745,846118,919, % Frisco40,303,10644,280,59049,889,48858,676, % Plano58,888,94866,325,56368,410,25169,804, % Source: Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

58 Conclusions  The US recession is technically over. Employment recovery may not strengthen before mid  Financial sector risk  Texas has performed better than nation We’ve been “lucky puppies”  Market / consumer confidence is major headwind  Political failure is hurting growth Address deficit, reform taxes, address market volatility  Housing market will start recovery  Local job market growing

59 Questions? Contact info:


Download ppt "Emerging Growth: Mid- Decade Economic Trends University of North Texas Center for Economic Development and Research July 2014."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google