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Harvey is hurting Texas' refinery output, but storm's full economic hit is too early to tell

Days of torrential rains and flooding in southeast Texas have brought the country's fourth-largest city to a standstill, but economists say it's still too soon to tell how much of a toll Tropical Storm Harvey will take on the economies of the Gulf Coast and the nation.

Even more rain has been forecast for the area, meaning damage estimates are still preliminary. It's

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