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We’re Starting To See The Impact Of Supply Chain Disruptions

For a variety of reasons, I pay close attention to the manufacturing sector. I think it’s partly because I grew up in Cleveland and still have a lot of friends who work in shops and factories — many who are already out of work. Although we’ve more or less transitioned to a services-based economy, making stuff is still a core aspect of the American identity. We all know the service sector is taking a massive blow. We can see the stores closed, we can’t go to our favorite bar. But the manufacturin...
Tags: News, China, Cleveland, Joe Ragazzo, Institute of Supply Management, Editors' Blog, Timothy R Fiore


Stock markets volatile amid global slowdown fears – business live

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsLatest: Wall Street rallies in early tradingOECD warns coronavirus could halve global growthUK firms struggling to buy raw materials and stocksSupermarket shares rise as Ocado reports ‘exceptional demand’Bank of England: We’ll act if neededFTSE 100 opened sharply higher, then faded back 3.21pm GMT Back in Europe, Paolo Gentiloni, the European Commissioner for the economy, has said the EU was talking to the G20 and G7 country officials...
Tags: Business, England, China, US, Economics, Eu, UK News, Stock Markets, Paris, Commission, Ftse, OECD, Eurozone, Ocado, Institute of Supply Management, Europe Paolo Gentiloni


There’s No Resurgence In American Manufacturing. It’s A Myth.

This article is part of TPM Cafe, TPM’s home for opinion and news analysis. In a towering act of sycophantry, the National Association of Manufacturers announced Friday that it will be giving Ivanka Trump the organization’s first ever Alexander Hamilton Award for “extraordinary support of manufacturing in America.” The organization made the outrageous claim that “no one”  — no one! — has ever “provided singular leadership and shown an unwavering commitment to modern manufacturing in America” l...
Tags: News, Obama, Senate, White House, America, United States, House, Cafe, Trump, Donald, Joe Ragazzo, Alexander Hamilton, AFL CIO, Ivanka, Ivanka Trump, National Association of Manufacturers


Strong Hiring In June As US Economy Adds 222,000 New Jobs

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers added a robust 222,000 jobs in June, the most in four months, a reassuring sign that businesses may be confident enough to keep hiring despite a slow-growing economy. The Labor Department says the unemployment rate ticked up to 4.4 percent from 4.3 percent in May, which was a 16-year low. The rate rose because more Americans began looking for work and not all of them found jobs. The government also revised up its estimate of job growth for April and May were revi...
Tags: News, Washington, US, Ap, Federal Reserve, Donald Trump, The Fed, Labor Department, CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER, Institute of Supply Management


After Texas manufacturing soars, nationwide production reaches 3-year high

​U.S. manufacturing increased at the highest rate in nearly three years in June, a report from the Institute of Supply Management said this morning.
Tags: Texas, Institute of Supply Management


Stocks Drop, Gold and Oil Rally: Here's What You Need To Know...

STOCKS DROP, GOLD AND OIL RALLY: Here's What You Need To Know Stocks started December with losses, as the tech-heavy Nasdaq paced losses with a 1.2% drop, while the price of gold and crude oil spiked dramatically higher after falling sharply into the weekend and overnight on Sunday. 1. We got two pieces of economic data on the US manufacturing sector on Monday, with the Institute of Supply Management's November PMI reading coming in at 58.7, topping expectations for a reading of 58.0. This was, ...
Tags: US, Institute of Supply Management, Ian Shepherdson, Pantheon Macro