Existing U.S. home sales plunged 27.2 percent in July to a level not seen in more than a decade. The Dow has been trending downward. Unemployment remains high, and the price of oil is at around $72 a barrel. But since the fall of 2008, Houston has fared better than most U.S. cities. Compared to our national situation…
Where do you think the Houston economy is headed?
- Up – We’re headed for a rebound
- Down – A double-dip recession is near
- Nowhere – It will continue its tepid pace
- Not sure
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