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The Real Economy: Volume 41

U.S. housing set for modest growth

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Housing demand in the United States remains brisk even as issues with supply and affordability mount, particularly in the West. RSM US forecasts solid sales and consumption throughout the economy this year, with housing starts sustained near their current level of 1.25 million at an annualized pace.

The Real Economy also offers a look at government resources available to companies for cyber reporting, provided by U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Finally, we examine how growing trade tensions with China are impacting some middle market companies’ supply chains. Download the full issue for access to all insights

IN THIS ISSUE

U.S. Housing Outlook

U.S. Housing Outlook

Housing demand in the United States remains brisk even as issues with supply and affordability mount, particularly in the West.

Addressing cyberthreats: A Q&A with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Addressing cyberthreats: A Q&A with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Voci details cyber regulations and resources. Take a look, and stay tuned for RSM’s special report on cyber security later in May.

Middle Market Supply Chain Worries Grow Amid China Trade Tension

Middle Market Supply Chain Worries Grow Amid China Trade Tension

As companies assess possible repercussions for their supply chains, the only thing that’s certain is uncertainty.

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