By  on January 5, 2009

DALLAS — Six months ago, Neiman Marcus said its seven stores in Texas were outperforming the rest of the chain. Not any longer.

Now the Dallas-based luxury retailer with 40 full-line stores is reporting no regional differences as the $1.14 trillion Texan economy — about equal to India’s — feels the impact of frozen credit, cutbacks in jobs and consumer spending and falling home values.

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