Cattle, oil, natural gas rebound, help stabilize economy

“A lot of what we are seeing both in the U.S. and Oklahoma, more regionally, is moderate growth.”

“How commodity markets go is how Oklahoma goes,” says Cortney Cowley, an economist in the Regional Affairs Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Omaha Branch. “A lot of what we are seeing both in the U.S. and Oklahoma, more regionally, is moderate growth.”

To hear more about what Cowley had to say about the economic outlook of the U.S. and specifically Oklahoma at the Rural Economic Outlook Conference at Stillwater, Okla., Oct. 20, view the video above.

See U.S., Okla. economy experiences moderate growth, downturn in crop sector, http://bit.ly/2jsFRSP

 

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