Amarillo National Bank released its 2014 Economic Forecast Tuesday. A recap of last year shows strong growth in some areas, largely due to our spring hail storm, and 20-14 may mean a relative economic slow-down on the High Plains.
First Bank Southwest will host the 7th event in its Panhandle Economics Series on Tuesday.
More than 160,000 jobs were added in August.
That's number is down from 198,000 jobs in July, but was on track with economists' expectations.
Mexico’s economy is the fastest growing among the North American Free Trade Agreement nations, and trade between it and the U.S. continues to grow each year.
The nation's gross domestic product rose at an annual pace of 1.7 percent between April and June.
A bright spot for the nation's recovering economy.
Recent bank fees have outraged consumers, but hidden "investment expenses" are even more costly.