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Update on how COVID-19 is impacting manufacturers
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report on how COVID-19 is impacting manufacturers.
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report on the challenges the U.S. government – the SBA and the Fed – will have in getting emergency cash distributed to Main Street small businesses.
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report how U.S. manufacturers are dealing with the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic challenge, which is changing every week.
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the future implications that could accrue to U.S. manufacturers on the other side of the coronavirus pandemic shutdown of the economy and their supply chains.
NAM survey: over two-thirds of manufacturers are still optimistic
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report on the Q4 2019 Manufacturers Survey, which shows small and mid-size manufacturers are more optimistic about the future than are large manufacturers.
How will the two new trade deals impact manufacturing optimism?
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report on the impact the USMCA and China Phase One trade deals just signed will have on manufacturing, including report that the trade negotiation period didn’t have too bad of an effect.
What will 2020 hold for the economy, especially manufacturers?
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to propose that we will not have a recession in 2020, because there are no economic fundamentals indicating that, plus the economy should benefit from completing the two trade deals.
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report on the Q4 2019 Manufacturers Survey, which shows small and mid-size manufacturers are more optimistic about the future than are large manufacturers.
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to report on the impact the USMCA and China Phase One trade deals just signed will have on manufacturing, including report that the trade negotiation period didn’t have too bad of an effect.
Chad Moutray joins Jim Blasingame to propose that we will not have a recession in 2020, because there are no economic fundamentals indicating that, plus the economy should benefit from completing the two trade deals.