Strong Prospects
Experts say state is poised for economic growth in 2020

In early 2020, as trade uncertainty had begun to subside, but before coronavirus had begun affecting markets worldwide, Texas’ economic prospects for the year looked promising, according to panelists at McCombs’ Business Outlook series. The state’s top economists and business executives delivered the generally sunny forecast at events in January and early February in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.

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2020 Texas McCombs Business Outlook San Antonio
February 11, 2020
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio Branch

SPEAKERS:

BRYAN GRUNDHOEFER
President
WellMed Medical Management, Inc.
OptumCare Central Region

PHIL GREEN
Chairman and CEO
Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. and Frost Bank

KEITH R. PHILLIPS
Assistant Vice President and Senior Economist
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, San Antonio Branch

JAY HARTZELL
Moderator
Dean and Centennial Chair in Business Education Leadership
McCombs School of Business

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