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Weekly Wrap Up For March 27th 2020

It is unlikely that very many economists ever thought they would have to contemplate the impact of a rapidly spreading, globally menacing pathogen on the economic outlook. But that day is upon us. Of course at Manufacturing Talk Radio, our focus is on the US manufacturing sector. In this episode of ‘Cliff Notes on the Global Manufacturing Picture’, host Cliff Waldman will discuss the ...

Weekly Wrap Up For March 20th, 2020

Remember when Elon Musk unveiled the Tesla truck and the windows shattered?  It didn’t have to be!  Hear Shawn Kitchell, President and CEO of Madico, a coating solutions manufacturer that makes coatings for windows discuss the many solutions they provide for business, industry and consumers in this fun discussion with hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady. Auto Industry Braces for ...

Weekly Wrap Up For March 13th, 2020

Dr. Chris Kuehl, senior economic correspondent for Manufacturing Talk Radio always brings in so much more insightful commentary as he discusses the latest Credit Manager’s Index report and other economic situations, including the coronavirus in this conversation with host Tim Grady. 2020 Market Report: Integration Challenges Drive Urgency for Change, Increased Automation Fed up with ...

Fed Survey Finds Coronavirus Impacting U.S. Manufacturing, Tourism

The coronavirus has already had a serious impact on the global economy, especially in regard to the Chinese sector. As it continues to spread, other countries are anticipating or already seeing impacts to their economies. Despite the small number of confirmed cases, the U.S. economy is already seeing some areas negatively affected by the virus. The Federal Reserve, in an effort to begin ...

Chinese Manufacturing Struggles to Rebound Amid Outbreak

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread through China and globally, the Chinese manufacturing sector has taken a massive hit. Despite efforts from those in Beijing to try and boost production, experts still claim it may take months for things to return to normal. In fact, most of the issues come not from the virus itself, but the measures put in place to fight it. China has begun ...

Weekly Wrap Up For February 21st, 2020

Nicole Wolter, President of HM Manufacturing in Wauconda, IL, joins hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady to discuss the USMCA. She was an advocate for passage for small and midsize businesses across America. The Boring Company Expected to Reach Halfway Point on Las Vegas Tunnels The Boring Company is anticipating good news in regard to their progress in Las Vegas. The company expects ...