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The problem with Houston

The energy capital of the US last year was bolstered by the news that in 2015 the country would produce more gas and oil than Saudi Arabia and that oil prices would stay high. Then it all changed. 

In summer 2014, Houston was cooking. The biggest city in Texas had largely escaped the effects of the downturn and was growing at a rapid pace. Employment levels were booming, with 80,000-plus jobs being created every year, more than 200 people a day were moving to the city to pick up those jobs and development was booming.

Oil prices…

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