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Houston's boom is over (USO, WTI, OIL, VDE, DFRG, HOG, CAKE)

Houston's boom is over. That's what analysts at BMI Research argued in a research note on Texas' second-largest metro area on Tuesday. Houston was the largest contributor to economic growth in the US, ahead of cities like New York, Dallas, and San Francisco from 2010 to 2015. It was possible because oil prices were near $100 per barrel, the shale-oil revolution was gaining steam, and skilled workers from other states flocked in.
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