DALLAS -- Major Texas metropolitan areas are showing sustained patterns of economic growth for the first time since the oil bust in the mid1980s, according to Standard & Poor's CreditWeek Municipal.

"With improved economic fundamentals -- such as increased diversification, low cost of living, strong immigration, improving transportation networks -- this growth is likely to continue through the end of the decade," the Oct. 24 article said.

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