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The Real Economy

A monthly publication for middle market business leaders

THE REAL ECONOMY

The US middle market makes up nearly 40 percent of the country’s economy and employs one-third of its workforce, yet this economic growth engine is often overlooked. As the leading provider of assurance, tax and consulting services to middle market businesses, RSM wants to change the conversation.

The Real Economy is a monthly publication to help the middle market anticipate and address the unique issues and challenges facing their businesses and the industries in which they operate.  Written by our chief economist, Joe Brusuelas, and including the insights of professionals throughout the firm, The Real Economy is RSM's answer to making sure the unique needs and opportunities of this important segment of our economy are given the attention they deserve.

CURRENT EDITION

The Real Economy: Volume 53

The Real Economy: Volume 53

We review economic indicators, spotlight the real estate and health care industries, assess gasoline futures and provide GDP analysis.

  • May 03, 2019
MOST RECENT EDITIONS

The Real Economy: Volume 52

The Real Economy: Volume 52

We explore the risks of delayed trade agreements, feature biotech in our Industry Spotlight and introduce The Real Economy Blog.

  • April 11, 2019
The Real Economy: Volume 51

The Real Economy: Volume 51

In this issue, we assess the impact of Brexit via financial variables affecting trade, wealth, the business cycle and corporate profits.

  • March 20, 2019
The Real Economy: Volume 50

The Real Economy: Volume 50

From trade policy and interest rates to key market indicators, corporate debt and slowing global growth, are economic headwinds growing?

  • February 20, 2019
The Real Economy: Volume 49

The Real Economy: Volume 49

We examine price hedging and the middle market, SNAP funding, GDP, and environmental, social and governance practices.

  • January 17, 2019
The Real Economy: Volume 48

The Real Economy: Volume 48

Economic narratives for 2019 include continued trade tensions, more interest rate hikes and declining unemployment and wage growth.

  • December 13, 2018

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