Tag: Recession


U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders Up Over September But Down From 2022

December 15, 2023

Via: Metrology and Quality News

As the summer of 2023 ended, the number of economists predicting a recession dwindled nearly as fast as the amount of sunlight each day. Despite the generally more optimistic outlook, orders for manufacturing technology, measured by the U.S. Manufacturing Technology […]


June 2023 Orders of Manufacturing Technology Reach $411.3M

August 22, 2023

Via: Quality Magazine

New orders of manufacturing technology totaled $411.3 million in June 2023, according to the latest U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders Report published by AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology. June 2023 orders increased 12.6% over May 2023 but fell 1.7% […]


Apple Isn’t Priced for a Recession

June 22, 2022

Via: The Wall Street Journal

The “new” Apple AAPL 3.28%▲ isn’t really new. But it is new enough that the 46-year-old company’s modern incarnation has yet to see its resilience truly tested by a global recession. Investors currently aren’t baking one in. Apple’s share price […]

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ISM Report: US Manufacturing Contracts for First Time in Three Years

September 3, 2019

Via: Industry Week

U.S. factory activity unexpectedly contracted in August for the first time in three years as shrinking orders, production and hiring pushed a widely followed measure of manufacturing to its lowest level since January 2016. The Institute for Supply Management’s purchasing […]

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Wall Street Recession Warning Shrinks Global Manufacturing

June 3, 2019

Via: Industry Week

Global manufacturing was the weakest since 2012 last month, a victim of mounting trade tensions and further reason to worry that the world economy is weakening. With softness in Germany, Japan, the U.K. — as well as the lowest U.S. […]