San Antonio: Amid High Inflation, Economy is showing signs of slowing

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San Antonio: Amid High Inflation, Economy is showing signs of slowing

San Antonio: Amid High Inflation, Economy is showing signs of slowing

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Club Giraud 707 North Saint Mary's Street San Antonio, TX 78205

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Participants will gain a more comprehensive understanding of the regional economy in the 11th Federal Reserve District, particularly Texas—the second largest state economy in the U.S. The presentation will cover new developments in labor market conditions and demand for goods and services, as well as how various sectors of the economy like real estate, energy, and manufacturing are impacted. It will also include the outlook of what we expect to see in the Texas economy going forward.

Dr. Luis Torres, Senior Business Economist - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio Branch

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Luis Torres joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in March 2022 as a senior business economist. Based out of the San Antonio Branch, Torres performs research and analysis on issues impacting Central and South Texas.

Torres received his bachelor’s degree in economics from the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico. He received a master’s in economics from the University of Texas at El Paso, where his dissertation received honors. He later earned a scholarship to participate in the American Economic Association’s PhD Summer Minority Program. His PhD is from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he specialized in international economics and econometrics. During his doctoral studies, he worked at the El Paso Branch of the Dallas Fed. From 1995 to 2012, he was with Banco de México in the research and institutional liaison departments. Prior to joining the Fed, he served as a research economist at the Texas Real Estate Research Center at Texas A&M University, studying regional economies, developing economic indicators and researching real estate markets.

Torres has taught classes and seminars at U.S. and Mexican universities as well as in national and international forums. He has published articles in academic and nonacademic publications about regional economies, international economics, real estate, trade and applied econometrics.

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