Posts Tagged ‘ recession ’

Economy Concerns Aside, Several Fenestration Manufacturers Expand

Oct 11th, 2022

The downturn in housing construction and increasing number of news reports predicting a forthcoming recession have not put as much of a damper on the residential door and window industry. Just as Manufacturing Week takes place this week, two manufacturers announced expansions and one broke ground on a new facility. Elevate Windows & Doors says […]

Why are ‘They’ Trying to Push Us into a Recession!

Oct 11th, 2022

If you have followed the economic activity over the past few months, it seems to be a head scratcher. This past week, the economy created more jobs, but the stock market tumbled. And the Federal Reserve says they are going to hike interest rates again. This is going to make borrowing more expensive and although, […]

Recession Concerns Addressed at FGIA Fall Conference

Oct 7th, 2022

Michael Collins of EquiNova Capital Partners LLC, addressed possible recession concerns at the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) Hybrid Fall Conference, warning against a “wait and see” approach for businesses. While many companies are doing well, he says the U.S. has a tendency to worry itself into a recession. However, those recessions don’t last […]

Innovation – Creating a ‘Must Have’ Mentality in the Marketplace

Sep 8th, 2022

I landed upon this recent article by Nicole Spector and after reading it, it does appear that the jury is still out as to whether or not we are really in a recession. Some indicators seem to point toward a recession while others are suggesting the economy is still in good shape. Most of my […]

FGIA Economic Outlook Addresses Turmoil in Europe and COVID Recovery

Mar 7th, 2022

Dr. Chris Kuehl, managing director of Armada Corporate Intelligence, provided an economic outlook for the United States and Canada during the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) 2022 Annual Conference that took place last week in Amelia Island, Fla. He addressed the mounting challenges and potential impacts of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Ukraine and […]

A Glimpse of the Post-Pandemic Industry Recovery

Nov 12th, 2020

This time last year, economists at the 81st Annual Dodge Construction Outlook Conference didn’t expect a recession to occur within the next 12 months. Then the COVID-19 pandemic changed the global economic landscape. At the Dodge Construction Outlook 2021 Virtual Conference, Dodge Data & Analytics chief economist Richard Branch provided a look at where each […]

Dodge Outlook Conference Answers Recession Questions

Nov 4th, 2019

Are we heading into a recession? That was the question on many people’s minds at the 81st Annual Dodge Construction Outlook Conference in Chicago, as economic growth begins to slow. The answer is that a recession is not likely within the next 12 months, according to two economists, but a slowdown is headed for the […]

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