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Unemployment won't get fixed until businesses start hiring. Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Index that shows hiring is still lagging among employers while productivity is up.
Why are business managers pessimistic about business conditions? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame to report on the Tatum Survey that shows business managers are not optimistic about business conditions for the next few months.
Why are sales and capital investment still languishing? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey, which indicates that sales are only up because they had no where else to go, plus capital investment is down.
Unemployment is entrenched and chronic in the U.S. Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey, which shows unemployment continuing to be stubbornly entrenched in the U.S., and no sign of improvement.
What are managers reporting about general business conditions? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey that shows general business conditions are better than last year, but still languishing.
Order backlogs and hiring reflects recent economic reports. Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame to with this month's Tatum Survey that shows sales and hiring do not reflect what the U.S. expects four years after a recession.
Are you upgrading your equipment and tools? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey that shows capital expenditures by businesses may be picking up a little, but credit is still tight.
Is the economy going to have a good summer? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey that indicates the economy should have positive growth over the summer.
Sales cures all ills. Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey that shows sales pipelines are growing and hiring may be on the rise on Main Street.
If the economy is growing, why isn't capital spending up? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey that indicates capital expenditures and borrowing are not up, even though sales and hiring are.