The Credit Manager’s Index, at 54.2, and Purchasing Manager’s Index at 59.7, are Not in Sync

Dr. Chris Kuehl, author of the National Association of Credit Managers (NACM.org) CMI report (Credit Manager’s Index report) explains why the CMI is not in sync with the PMI, with the CMI showing areas of concern after the robust new orders and purchasing activity of the past several months. Although the CMI has been in a one-month-up and one-month-down cycle in 2017, there are potential positive winds like lower corporate taxes and more consumer discretionary income that could trigger inflation. Tune in to hear what that might mean for the economy in 2018.

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