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Thanks to population growth, the shale/fracking boom, and strong real estate fundamentals, Dallas-Fort Worth and Texas continue to be islands of prosperity in the midst of a U.S. economy that's lackluster—or worse. That was the message today at the sixth annual SMU Cox Economic Outlook Panel, presided over on the Southern Methodist University campus by Al Niemi Jr., dean of the university's Cox School of Business.