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PMI’s Well Above 50 Mark Almost Worldwide

Tuesday, September 19th at 1PM ET: Purchasing Manager's Indices are totaling above 50 in almost every developed country of the world as manufacturing strengthens it footing after a long and sluggish recovery from The Great Recession. In addition, few headwinds are present, so manufacturing is in the enviable position to make so long-term strategic moves now and in the near term instead ...

S9-E9: Our Global Outlook Show

Economic conditions around the world are driven on the strong back of manufacturing. In the April/May 2017 Global Outlook, you will hear from industry experts how the U.S. economy and manufacturing is performing, along with manufacturing in Asia, the UK and the EU. Next Week, Manufacturing Talk Radio will be broadcasting from ISM2017 where we will get an update of the ISM's Annual Outlook. ...

S9-E5: Upbeat Economic Reports from 4 Continents and 15+ Countries

Senior International Correspondents Chad Moutray, Norbert Ore, Chong Wang and Royce Lowe join hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady to discuss the continuing upbeat economic reports around the world, although some pockets show some weakness that may be only temporary. Tune in to hear if your supply chain or customer base might be affected positively or negatively within the U.S. economy or a shift in ...

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S7-E20: 18 International PMIs, 8 National PMIs, in the Global Survey from Manufacturing Talk Radio Manufacturing Talk Radio co-hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady welcome Norbert Ore, Senior Correspondent for Global PMI Survey reports and various local and regional reports while show some slight improvement, followed by Chad Moutray, Chief Economist of the National Association of Manufacturers ...

S7-E20: 18 International PMIs, 8 National PMIs, in the Global Survey from Manufacturing Talk Radio

LISTEN NOW - Manufacturing Talk Radio co-hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady welcome Norbert Ore, Senior Correspondent for Global PMI Survey reports and various local and regional reports while show some slight improvement, followed by Chad Moutray, Chief Economist of the National Association of Manufacturers who will discuss both the Manufacturing Monday Morning report and the Global Economic Survey ...