The economy of Oklahoma is the 27th largest in the United States.Oklahoma's
gross state product (GSP) is approximately $202.5 billion as of December 2015.
Livestock. Oklahoma is one of the leading (#5) sources of beef in the country and,
not surprisingly, the production of beef cattle is the leading source of ...
Jun 3, 2016 ... Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. Richard McPherson, Executive
Director. Economic Research and Analysis Division. Lynn Gray ...
Jun 6, 2016 ... OKLAHOMA CITY - A week after lawmakers agreed on a budget, Oklahoma
officials are getting a glimpse into what the budget crisis did to the ...
Renewed growth in Oklahoma's oil and gas industry has greatly enhanced the
strength and competitiveness of the state economy. The state's trademark
Jun 9, 2016 ... Oklahoma economic growth has been similar to several other oil and gas states,
but has exceeded that of North Dakota and Wyoming and not ...
Economy. Cotton, formerly the leading cash crop of Oklahoma, has been
succeeded by wheat; income from livestock, however, exceeds that from crops.
Oklahoma's economic history is divided into four periods. The first period covers
the nineteenth century, encompassing settlement by American Indians of the ...
Apr 13, 2015 ... Oklahoma continues to muscle its way through the economic recovery period.
Net job gains for the state total 4.7 percent since the recession ...
Oklahoma is an important center of agriculture, mining, and manufacturing.
Farming, ranching, and oil production have shaped Oklahoma's economy since