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  • Monday Economic Report - December 18, 2017

    18 December 2017 | eNewsletter

    The latest NAM Manufacturers’ Outlook Survey reflected continued optimism in the sector, with the headline index rising to unprecedented heights. Indeed, 94.6 percent of respondents said they are positive about their own company’s outlook, the highest in the survey’s 20-year history.

  • Monday Economic Report - December 11, 2017

    11 December 2017 | eNewsletter

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that manufacturers added 31,000 workers in November, extending the gain of 23,000 in October. More importantly, the sector has added an average of 15,545 employees on net per month so far in 2017—quite a turnaround from the loss of 16,000 workers in 2016 as a whole.

  • Monday Economic Report - November 27, 2017

    27 November 2017 | eNewsletter

    New durable goods orders decreased 1.2 percent in October, ending two straight months of solid gains in August and September.

  • Monday Economic Report - October 30, 2017

    30 October 2017 | eNewsletter

    The Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that the U.S. economy grew by an annualized 3.0 percent in the third quarter, extending the 3.1 percent gain in the second quarter.

  • Monday Economic Report - October 16, 2017

    16 October 2017 | eNewsletter

    Overall, the report was encouraging and a sign that consumers felt more upbeat in their views on the economy and in their expectations for spending in the months ahead

  • Global Manufacturing Economic Update: October 2017

    12 October 2017 | eNewsletter

    The forecast for this and next year is up marginally from the estimates seen three months ago, led by better activity in the advanced economies, including the United States. Global manufacturers still face lingering uncertainties, but more than anything, firms have benefited from international conditions that have clearly improved.

  • Monday Economic Report - October 10, 2017

    10 October 2017 | eNewsletter

    Despite the disappointing figures in September, the reduced hiring is likely a temporary phenomenon, with employment expectations continuing to be very strong overall.

  • Monday Economic Report - September 5, 2017

    05 September 2017 | eNewsletter

    Manufacturers added 36,000 net new workers in August, its fastest monthly gain in five years and increasing for the third consecutive month.

  • Monday Economic Report - August 28, 2017

    28 August 2017 | eNewsletter

    Many thanks to Candice Ensinger of Parker Hannifin Corporation for compiling this week’s Monday Economic Report.

  • Monday Economic Report - August 21, 2017

    21 August 2017 | eNewsletter

    Many thanks to Carolyn Evans of Intel Corporation for compiling this week’s Monday Economic Report.

  • Monday Economic Report - August 14, 2017

    14 August 2017 | eNewsletter

    The employment data reflect improvements in the overall economy and encouraging figures for manufacturing, with the sector adding 16,000 workers in July and with job openings and hiring in the sector also moving in the right direction.

  • Global Manufacturing Economic Update: August 2017

    10 August 2017 | eNewsletter

    The global manufacturing sector has turned a corner, expanding modestly on improving demand and buoyed by stronger economic growth in key export markets and by a weaker U.S. dollar.

  • Monday Economic Report - July 31, 2017

    31 July 2017 | eNewsletter

    The U.S. economy grew by an annualized 2.6 percent in the second quarter, according to preliminary data, with real GDP up 1.9 percent at the annual rate in the first half of 2017.

  • Monday Economic Report - July 24, 2017

    24 July 2017 | eNewsletter

    In March, the Manufacturers’ Outlook Survey from the NAM rose to an all-time high in the survey’s 20-year history, with 93.3 percent of respondents positive about their own company outlook. Three months later, manufacturers remain very upbeat.

  • Monday Economic Report - July 3, 2017

    03 July 2017 | eNewsletter

    Consumer spending improved from earlier estimates but still reflects reduced purchases of durable goods. We would expect a strong rebound in second quarter data.The U.S. economy should expand by 2.3 percent for 2017 as a whole.