Tracking the Texas Economy

Tracking the Texas Economy

Key Texas Economic Indicators - Text Alternative and Detail

This page contains tabular data that corresponds to the Key Economic Indicator graphs.


Consumer Price Index for Texas and the U.S.

1982-1984 average = 100

Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers
Month Texas Consumer
Price Index*
U.S. Consumer
Price Index
February 2010 197.3 216.7
March 2010 197.6 217.6
April 2010 198.2 218.0
May 2010 198.1 218.2
June 2010 198.3 218.0
July 2010 197.5 218.0
August 2010 197.8 218.3
September 2010 198.6 218.4
October 2010 198.6 218.7
November 2010 198.2 218.8
December 2010 198.0 219.2
January 2011 199.3 220.2
February 2011 200.7 221.3
March 2011 203.1 223.5
April 2011 205.0 224.9
May 2011 205.7 226.0
June 2011 204.9 225.7
July 2011 205.0 225.9
August 2011 205.8 226.5
September 2011 206.0 226.9
October 2011 205.1 226.4
November 2011 205.3 226.2
December 2011 204.6 225.7
January 2012 205.3 226.7
February 2012 207.2 227.7
March 2012 209.2 229.4
April 2012 209.7 230.1
May 2012 209.0 229.8
June 2012 208.4 229.5
July 2012 207.9 229.1
August 2012 208.2 230.4
September 2012 209.5 231.4
October 2012 209.0 231.3
November 2012 208.0 230.2
December 2012 207.4 229.6
January 2013 208.4 230.3
February 2013 210.6 232.2
March 2013 211.4 232.8
April 2013 211.9 232.5
May 2013 211.8 232.9
June 2013 212.0 233.5
July 2013 212.5 233.6
August 2013 213.1 233.9
September 2013 212.9 234.1
October 2013 211.9 233.5
November 2013 211.4 233.1
December 2013 213.9 233.0
January 2014 213.4 233.9
February 2014 214.6 234.8

Change from previous year:
The Texas Consumer Price Index is up 1.9%.
The U.S. Consumer Price Index is up 1.1%.

*average of indices for the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston metro areas
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Consumer Confidence Index
(Index)

1985 U.S. Average = 100

Consumer Confidence Index for West South Central Region and United States
Month West South Central
Region Index*
U.S. Index
March 2010 74.9 52.3
April 2010 70.7 57.7
May 2010 76.5 62.7
June 2010 66.4 54.3
July 2010 66.0 51.0
August 2010 68.6 53.2
September 2010 68.0 48.6
October 2010 71.8 49.9
November 2010 82.1 57.8
December 2010 81.1 63.4
January 2011 74.4 64.8
February 2011 80.8 72.0
March 2011 61.1 63.8
April 2011 69.5 66.0
May 2011 78.5 61.7
June 2011 75.5 57.6
July 2011 78.9 59.2
August 2011 71.6 45.2
September 2011 69.3 46.4
October 2011 50.4 40.9
November 2011 91.0 55.2
December 2011 78.1 64.8
January 2012 89.9 61.5
February 2012 90.2 71.6
March 2012 84.0 69.5
April 2012 89.8 68.7
May 2012 90.4 64.4
June 2012 95.6 62.7
July 2012 92.6 65.4
August 2012 74.9 61.3
September 2012 78.5 68.4
October 2012 84.2 73.1
November 2012 97.8 71.5
December 2012 95.9 66.7
January 2013 95.3 58.4
February 2013 87.3 68.0
March 2013 90.1 61.9
April 2013 106.3 69.0
May 2013 94.8 74.3
June 2013 98.9 82.1
July 2013 109.8 81.0
August 2013 90.3 81.8
September 2013 103.1 80.2
October 2013 89.1 72.4
November 2013 96.8 72.0
December 2013 104.7 77.5
January 2014 95.9 79.4
February 2014 112.3 78.3
March 2014 109.2 82.3

*Includes Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma (per source’s data groups)

Change from previous year:
West South Central Region is up 21.2%
U.S. is up 33.0%.

Source: The Conference Board

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Unemployment Rate

Unemployment for Texas and Nationwide
Month Texas
Unemployment
U.S. Unemployment
February 2010 8.2% 9.8%
March 2010 8.3% 9.9%
April 2010 8.2% 9.9%
May 2010 8.2% 9.6%
June 2010 8.1% 9.4%
July 2010 8.1% 9.5%
August 2010 8.1% 9.5%
September 2010 8.2% 9.5%
October 2010 8.2% 9.5%
November 2010 8.2% 9.8%
December 2010 8.2% 9.4%
January 2011 8.1% 9.1%
February 2011 8.1% 9.0%
March 2011 8.0% 9.0%
April 2011 8.0% 9.1%
May 2011 8.1% 9.0%
June 2011 8.1% 9.1%
July 2011 8.1% 9.0%
August 2011 8.1% 9.0%
September 2011 8.0% 9.0%
October 2011 7.8% 8.8%
November 2011 7.5% 8.6%
December 2011 7.4% 8.5%
January 2012 7.2% 8.2%
February 2012 7.1% 8.3%
March 2012 7.0% 8.2%
April 2012 7.0% 8.2%
May 2012 7.0% 8.2%
June 2012 7.0% 8.2%
July 2012 7.0% 8.2%
August 2012 6.8% 8.1%
September 2012 6.6% 7.8%
October 2012 6.6% 7.8%
November 2012 6.5% 7.8%
December 2012 6.5% 7.9%
January 2013 6.5% 7.9%
February 2013 6.5% 7.7%
March 2013 6.4% 7.5%
April 2013 6.4% 7.5%
May 2013 6.4% 7.5%
June 2013 6.4% 7.5%
July 2013 6.4% 7.3%
August 2013 6.4% 7.2%
September 2013 6.3% 7.2%
October 2013 6.2% 7.2%
November 2013 6.1% 7.0%
December 2013 6.0% 6.7%
January 2014 5.7% 6.6%
February 2014 5.7% 6.7%
March 2014   6.7%

Change from previous year:
Texas unemployment is down 0.8 percentage points.
U.S. unemployment is down 0.8 percentage points.

Sources: Texas Workforce Commission, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Texas vs. U.S. Nonfarm Employment
(in millions)

Nonfarm Employment
Month Texas
Nonfarm
Employment
U.S. Nonfarm Employment
February 2010 10.24 129.66
March 2010 10.27 129.81
April 2010 10.28 130.06
May 2010 10.35 130.58
June 2010 10.35 130.46
July 2010 10.34 130.40
August 2010 10.35 130.35
September 2010 10.35 130.30
October 2010 10.40 130.54
November 2010 10.41 130.67
December 2010 10.44 130.75
January 2011 10.45 130.82
February 2011 10.46 130.98
March 2011 10.49 131.20
April 2011 10.52 131.52
May 2011 10.54 131.62
June 2011 10.56 131.84
July 2011 10.60 131.94
August 2011 10.61 132.06
September 2011 10.62 132.29
October 2011 10.63 132.47
November 2011 10.65 132.63
December 2011 10.67 132.83
January 2012 10.72 133.19
February 2012 10.74 133.41
March 2012 10.77 133.66
April 2012 10.81 133.75
May 2012 10.83 133.86
June 2012 10.86 133.95
July 2012 10.88 134.11
August 2012 10.92 134.26
September 2012 10.95 134.42
October 2012 10.97 134.65
November 2012 11.01 134.85
December 2012 11.03 135.06
January 2013 11.04 135.26
February 2013 11.09 135.54
March 2013 11.11 135.68
April 2013 11.13 135.89
May 2013 11.15 136.08
June 2013 11.18 136.29
July 2013 11.21 136.43
August 2013 11.23 136.64
September 2013 11.26 136.80
October 2013 11.29 137.04
November 2013 11.30 137.31
December 2013 11.33 137.40
January 2014 11.37 137.54
February 2014 11.41 137.74
March 2014   137.93

Change from previous year:
Nonfarm employment for Texas is up 2.8%
Nonfarm employment for the U.S. is up 1.7%

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Change in Nonfarm Employment in Most Populous States
(in thousands of jobs)

Comparing Nonfarm Employment in Five Most Populous States (in thousands)
State February 2013 February 2014 Change in Jobs Change
California 15,013.80 15,350.40 336.6 2.2%
Texas 11,091.80 11,406.00 314.2 2.8%
New York 8,860.80 8,985.70 124.9 1.4%
Florida 7,507.00 7,718.50 211.5 2.8%
Illinois 5,789.70 5,816.20 26.5 0.5%

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Texas Sales Tax Collections, General Revenue-Related
(in millions)

Texas Sales Tax Collections
Month Texas Sales Tax Collections,
Retail Establishments*
Texas Sales Tax Collections,
Total
March 2010 $757.7 $1,458.9
April 2010 $823.3 $1,675.5
May 2010 $905.6 $1,775.4
June 2010 $802.3 $1,607.0
July 2010 $816.2 $1,686.5
August 2010 $847.8 $1,766.7
September 2010 $770.0 $1,571.3
October 2010 $765.9 $1,617.7
November 2010 $932.0 $1,844.6
December 2010 $967.1 $1,807.9
January 2011 $862.7 $1,828.1
February 2011 $846.5 $1,749.5
March 2011 $808.6 $1,603.8
April 2011 $868.9 $1,866.4
May 2011 $947.1 $1,952.0
June 2011 $836.1 $1,722.6
July 2011 $844.8 $1,859.8
August 2011 $930.0 $1,976.8
September 2011 $811.8 $1,756.1
October 2011 $815.6 $1,874.6
November 2011 $1,003.9 $2,068.8
December 2011 $1,025.4 $1,980.2
January 2012 $888.2 $2,000.9
February 2012 $906.8 $2,007.8
March 2012 $898.8 $1,874.1
April 2012 $975.3 $2,069.6
May 2012 $947.2 $2,095.0
June 2012 $943.4 $1,984.0
July 2012 $864.4 $2,047.3
August 2012 $981.4 $2,341.7
September 2012 $864.7 $1,959.9
October 2012 $860.4 $2,028.0
November 2012 $1,080.4 $2,339.2
December 2012 $1,033.5 $2,165.9
January 2013 $965.8 $2,122.8
February 2013 $878.9 $2,082.8
March 2013 $990.2 $1,977.9
April 2013 $987.0 $2,150.9
May 2013 $968.0 $2,260.5
June 2013 $980.5 $2,165.5
July 2013 $936.1 $2,197.0
August 2013 $988.4 $2,391.7
September 2013 $911.1 $2,012.5
October 2013 $884.9 $2,137.2
November 2013 $1,094.8 $2,405.2
December 2013 $1,114.2 $2,250.6
January 2014 $1,097.0 $2,299.3
February 2014 $968.3 $2,204.6
March 2014 $980.8 $2,088.7

*Includes eating and drinking places.

Change from previous year:
The Texas sales tax collections for retail establishments are down 0.9%.
The total Texas sales tax collections are up 5.6%.

Source: Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

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Texas Building Permits
(units)

Building Permits for Single-Family and Multi-Family Homes in Texas
Month Single-Family
Permits
Multi-Family
Permits
February 2010 5,782 411
March 2010 7,837 1,596
April 2010 6,557 1,659
May 2010 5,726 1,533
June 2010 5,977 1,826
July 2010 5,007 2,130
August 2010 5,217 1,956
September 2010 4,257 2,215
October 2010 3,728 1,025
November 2010 4,017 2,204
December 2010 4,193 1,348
January 2011 4,215 928
February 2011 4,237 2,248
March 2011 6,355 2,044
April 2011 5,688 2,578
May 2011 5,679 1,256
June 2011 5,910 3,532
July 2011 5,149 3,206
August 2011 5,976 4,362
September 2011 5,185 1,830
October 2011 4,744 3,477
November 2011 4,426 1,668
December 2011 4,397 3,733
January 2012 5,230 4,654
February 2012 5,752 3,268
March 2012 6,385 4,246
April 2012 6,839 3,414
May 2012 7,344 4,624
June 2012 6,821 4,244
July 2012 6,716 5,017
August 2012 7,195 7,056
September 2012 5,929 3,147
October 2012 6,593 5,008
November 2012 5,618 3,983
December 2012 5,111 5,596
January 2013 6,584 3,833
February 2013 6,635 4,751
March 2013 7,468 4,023
April 2013 8,619 4,554
May 2013 8,114 3,955
June 2013 7,736 2,878
July 2013 8,048 4,746
August 2013 7,910 3,640
September 2013 6,537 5,502
October 2013 7,186 7,798
November 2013 5,901 3,982
December 2013 5,823 6,676
January 2014 7,015 4,738
February 2014 7,162 4,517

Change from previous year:
Single-family permits are up 7.9%.
Multi-family permits are down 4.9%.

Source: The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

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Existing Single-Family Home Sales in Texas
(units/median sales price)

Existing Single Family Home Sales in Texas
Month Existing
Single-family
Home Sales
Median Sale Price
February 2010 13,278 $141,100
March 2010 19,678 $144,000
April 2010 22,003 $146,700
May 2010 22,883 $148,100
June 2010 21,975 $152,300
July 2010 16,682 $154,400
August 2010 17,156 $153,100
September 2010 15,450 $146,800
October 2010 14,435 $144,700
November 2010 13,869 $146,300
December 2010 15,808 $150,800
January 2011 10,899 $139,000
February 2011 12,175 $146,100
March 2011 17,547 $143,900
April 2011 18,152 $145,200
May 2011 19,602 $150,300
June 2011 21,811 $154,100
July 2011 19,527 $153,200
August 2011 21,270 $152,800
September 2011 17,660 $148,700
October 2011 15,668 $146,600
November 2011 14,933 $146,900
December 2011 16,542 $151,200
January 2012 12,002 $138,100
February 2012 14,757 $146,800
March 2012 19,130 $154,500
April 2012 19,891 $155,700
May 2012 23,386 $161,800
June 2012 24,442 $165,500
July 2012 23,288 $163,800
August 2012 24,774 $160,600
September 2012 19,269 $158,500
October 2012 20,159 $156,500
November 2012 18,279 $158,700
December 2012 18,683 $162,900
January 2013 14,908 $149,400
February 2013 16,862 $157,200
March 2013 22,504 $164,600
April 2013 24,715 $171,800
May 2013 28,519 $177,800
June 2013 27,107 $180,800
July 2013 28,990 $179,500
August 2013 28,329 $177,500
September 2013 22,994 $172,500
October 2013 21,821 $170,800
November 2013 18,858 $170,800
December 2013 20,680 $175,700
January 2014 15,019 $164,300
February 2014 17,779 $174,000

Change from previous year:
Existing home sales are up 5.4%.
Median sales price is up 10.0%.

Source: The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

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Value of Contracts for Non-Residential Construction in Texas
(billions)

Contract Value, Non-Residential Building Construction in Texas (billions)
Month Contract Value
February 2010 $0.798
March 2010 $1.036
April 2010 $1.407
May 2010 $1.425
June 2010 $1.374
July 2010 $1.021
August 2010 $1.104
September 2010 $2.795
October 2010 $0.919
November 2010 $0.601
December 2010 $2.343
January 2011 $0.998
February 2011 $0.966
March 2011 $1.309
April 2011 $1.615
May 2011 $1.225
June 2011 $1.720
July 2011 $0.976
August 2011 $1.716
September 2011 $0.938
October 2011 $0.870
November 2011 $1.408
December 2011 $1.018
January 2012 $1.050
February 2012 $0.898
March 2012 $1.222
April 2012 $1.032
May 2012 $1.003
June 2012 $1.451
July 2012 $1.254
August 2012 $1.293
September 2012 $1.394
October 2012 $1.372
November 2012 $1.152
December 2012 $1.436
January 2013 $1.307
February 2013 $0.945
March 2013 $1.335
April 2013 $1.215
May 2013 $1.419
June 2013 $1.454
July 2013 $2.204
August 2013 $1.161
September 2013 $2.072
October 2013 $1.749
November 2013 $1.236
December 2013 $1.081
January 2014 $2.428
February 2014 $1.187

Change from previous year: up 25.6%

Source: McGraw-Hill

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U.S. Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers
(index)

1982-1984 average = 100

United States Consumer Price Index for Food/Beverages and Transportation
Month Overall Consumer
Price Index
Consumer Price Index
Food and Beverages
Consumer Price Index
Transportation
February 2010 216.7 219.1 189.6
March 2010 217.6 219.4 192.1
April 2010 218.0 219.5 194.0
May 2010 218.2 219.7 194.8
June 2010 218.0 219.6 192.7
July 2010 218.0 219.5 193.0
August 2010 218.3 219.9 193.5
September 2010 218.4 220.6 192.4
October 2010 218.7 221.0 194.3
November 2010 218.8 222.1 195.7
December 2010 219.2 221.3 198.3
January 2011 220.2 223.2 200.8
February 2011 221.3 224.0 203.0
March 2011 223.5 225.5 211.0
April 2011 224.9 226.2 216.9
May 2011 226.0 227.1 220.3
June 2011 225.7 227.5 216.9
July 2011 225.9 228.3 216.2
August 2011 226.5 229.5 216.1
September 2011 226.9 230.4 215.2
October 2011 226.4 230.9 212.1
November 2011 226.2 230.7 211.4
December 2011 225.7 231.1 208.6
January 2012 226.7 232.6 210.8
February 2012 227.7 232.5 214.4
March 2012 229.4 232.7 220.8
April 2012 230.1 233.1 223.1
May 2012 229.8 233.3 220.8
June 2012 229.5 233.5 216.4
July 2012 229.1 233.6 214.3
August 2012 230.4 234.0 219.1
September 2012 231.4 234.2 221.7
October 2012 231.3 234.7 220.2
November 2012 230.2 234.7 214.5
December 2012 229.6 235.2 211.9
January 2013 230.3 236.2 212.3
February 2013 232.2 236.2 219.5
March 2013 232.8 236.3 221.1
April 2013 232.5 236.8 218.6
May 2013 232.9 236.5 219.4
June 2013 233.5 236.7 220.0
July 2013 233.6 237.0 220.0
August 2013 233.9 237.3 219.2
September 2013 234.1 237.4 218.1
October 2013 233.5 237.8 214.9
November 2013 233.1 237.6 212.8
December 2013 233.0 237.8 212.9
January 2014 233.9 238.8 213.5
February 2014 234.8 239.5 214.7

Change from previous year:
The Overall Consumer Price Index for the U.S. is up 1.1%.
The Food and Beverage Consumer Price Index is up 1.4%.
The Transportation Consumer Price Index is down 2.2%.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Gasoline and Diesel Retail Prices in Texas
(dollars)

Average Retail Price of Regular Gasoline and Diesel Fuel in Texas (per gallon)
Month Gasoline Diesel Fuel
March 2010 $2.64 $2.88
April 2010 $2.73 $3.02
May 2010 $2.74 $3.03
June 2010 $2.60 $2.89
July 2010 $2.57 $2.86
August 2010 $2.58 $2.91
September 2010 $2.54 $2.88
October 2010 $2.64 $2.97
November 2010 $2.67 $3.06
December 2010 $2.83 $3.18
January 2011 $2.94 $3.34
February 2011 $3.05 $3.53
March 2011 $3.43 $3.84
April 2011 $3.69 $3.99
May 2011 $3.78 $3.98
June 2011 $3.54 $3.88
July 2011 $3.54 $3.86
August 2011 $3.53 $3.82
September 2011 $3.42 $3.77
October 2011 $3.27 $3.73
November 2011 $3.19 $3.86
December 2011 $3.08 $3.76
January 2012 $3.21 $3.76
February 2012 $3.47 $3.88
March 2012 $3.70 $4.04
April 2012 $3.78 $4.03
May 2012 $3.53 $3.89
June 2012 $3.31 $3.68
July 2012 $3.26 $3.64
August 2012 $3.52 $3.88
September 2012 $3.65 $4.02
October 2012 $3.48 $3.99
November 2012 $3.18 $3.89
December 2012 $3.08 $3.86
January 2013 $3.18 $3.83
February 2013 $3.49 $4.02
March 2013 $3.56 $4.01
April 2013 $3.41 $3.84
May 2013 $3.38 $3.76
June 2013 $3.39 $3.75
July 2013 $3.45 $3.79
August 2013 $3.44 $3.83
September 2013 $3.31 $3.88
October 2013 $3.11 $3.80
November 2013 $3.03 $3.76
December 2013 $3.10 $3.78
January 2014 $3.11 $3.78
February 2014 $3.14 $3.79
March 2014 $3.30 $3.80

Change from previous year:
Gasoline prices are down 7.3%
Diesel prices are down 5.2%

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration

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Texas Production and Consumption Indicators

Annual Totals
Year Value of Crude Oil Produced
(Millions)
Value of Natural Gas Produced
(Millions)
Active Oil & Gas Drilling Rigs Gasoline
(Millions of Taxed Gallons)
Diesel
(Millions of Taxed Gallons)
Median Sales Price Existing Single Family Homes Auto Sales Net Value
(Millions)
Cigarette Packages Taxed
(Millions)
2006 $19,657.5 $19,852.1 746 11,372.8 3,731.6 $143,100 $45,756.2 1,280.2
2007 $21,622.1 $18,858.5 613 11,624.8 3,886.9 $146,450 $48,992.8 1,004.9
2008 $30,631.3 $23,258.8 640 11,709.7 3,854.0 $145,850 $44,442.4 1,077.0
2009 $18,363.9 $9,317.4 396 11,916.3 3,475.8 $143,650 $34,792.6 949.9
2010 $26,054.9 $11,300.3 670 12,141.8 3,698.1 $146,750 $38,797.5 951.2
2011 $39,412.6 $13,368.6 849 11,948.4 3,835.2 $147,800 $44,235.2 951.7
2012 $55,145.6 $11,088.5 912 12,261.5 3,963.4 $158,600 $52,866.3 958.2
2013 $73,666.7 $15,358.9 837 12,436.1 4,005.4 $172,150 $57,239.9 937.3


Monthly Totals
Month/
Year
Value of Crude Oil Produced
(Millions)
Value of Natural Gas Produced
(Millions)
Active Oil & Gas Drilling Rigs Gasoline
(Millions of Taxed Gallons)
Diesel
(Millions of Taxed Gallons)
Median Sales Price Existing Single Family Homes Auto Sales Net Value
(Millions)
Cigarette Packages Taxed
(Millions)
01/13 $5,353.2 $1,013.5 821 1,018.1 319.4 $149,400 $4,675.0 73.1
02/13 $4,949.4 $964.9 833 973.2 322.8 $157,200 $4,518.8 73.2
03/13 $5,791.1 $1,106.8 833 933.7 283.7 $164,600 $4,431.6 74.8
04/13 $5,726.0 $1,205.9 836 1,069.6 361.0 $171,800 $3,980.3 84.3
05/13 $6,195.6 $1,308.1 838 1,035.8 341.6 $177,800 $4,777.6 91.6
06/13 $5,989.7 $1,258.9 841 1,081.5 353.3 $180,800 $4,901.5 69.7
07/13 $6,789.0 $1,300.6 841 1,059.2 333.6 $179,500 $5,363.0 83.1
08/13 $7,049.9 $1,384.8 848 1,053.7 334.1 $177,500 $5,185.5 91.9
09/13 $6,907.3 $1,392.1 837 1,091.8 350.7 $172,500 $5,096.3 60.2
10/13 $6,765.5 $1,473.6 820 1,017.9 316.6 $170,800 $5,228.2 88.2
11/13 $5,784.8 $1,400.5 829 1,075.5 354.8 $170,800 $4,456.5 79.1
12/13 $6,365.1 $1,549.3 843 1,026.2 333.7 $175,700 $4,625.6 68.1
01/14 $6,501.4 $1,724.7 836 1,027.7 308.4 $164,300 $4,982.1 56.4
02/14 $6,380.9   844 1,015.2 347.6 $174,000   63.0
03/14     864         76.5

Notes:
The cigarette packages taxed number was previously based on cigarette tax collections. The cigarette packages taxed number is now based on the number of cigarette tax stamps sold. All historical cigarette package taxed numbers have been revised to reflect this new method.

Crude oil and natural gas figures are net taxable values. Gasoline gallons include gasohol. Auto sale values are calculated from motor vehicle taxes collected on new and used vehicle sales. All figures are not seasonally adjusted, except for industrial production, leading indicators and employment/unemployment. Figures are based on the most recent available data. Annual figures are for calendar years.

Annual numbers for active oil and gas drilling rigs are the median for that calendar year.

Sources:

  • Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts (Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Motor Fuel, Auto Sales, Cigarettes)
  • Baker-Hughes Incorporated (Active Oil & Gas Drilling Rigs)
  • The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University (Median Sale Price, Existing Single-family Home Sales)

For historical data, see Texas Production and Consumption 1989-2011

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