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RSM US Middle Market Business Index Shows Economic Improvement Remained Slow in June

Jul 20, 2020
Jul 20, 2020
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Andreia DeVries, National Public Relations Manager,, 212.520.1266
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RSM US LLP (RSM) – the nation’s leading provider of audit, tax and consulting services focused on the middle market – recently announced results of the June reading for its RSM US Middle Market Business Index (MMBI). Typically a quarterly index, the firm is releasing monthly installments of the MMBI for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. The report’s data revealed the MMBI composite score saw a modest increase from 106.1 in May to 108.9 in June, likely caused by the lifting of lockdowns across the country and release of pent up demand.

The middle market is slowly emerging from the pandemic shock, and this month’s results imply that if economic conditions remain favorable, firms are well positioned to step up economic activity over the next six months. While only 21% of survey respondents stated the economy has improved, 56% expect to see improvement over the next six months. Additionally, 54% expect improvements in both gross revenues and net earnings through the remainder of the year, which supports the 43% of executives who intend to increase capital expenditures over the same time period.


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