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Supply and demand shock related to COVID-19

Addressing Supply and Demand Shock resulting from COVID-19

The landscape has changed and there is increasing uncertainty and unknowns related to supply and demand. On the supply side, many businesses are struggling with understanding their supply chains including when and what goods will arrive. This, in turn, can cause delays that can erode relationships and confidence in brands. On the demand side, both consumers and businesses have less cash in their bank accounts causing declines in sales of good and services.

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Coronavirus supply and demand shock related insights

ISM manufacturing gauge hits highest level since March 2019, but recovery is still a long way off

US June personal income and spending: Difficult days for the American household

US gross domestic product: Actual vs. potential output

Second-quarter GDP: A historic decline that could have been worse

There is no V in housing, but there is in recovery

Grocers get margin relief, but it may only be temporary

June Consumer Price Index: Inflation not a risk to near-term economic outlook

Rethinking the staycation: Driving boosts hotel occupancy in regional hotspots

June rebound in industrial production may be thwarted by virus resurgence

Retail sales rose 7.5% in June as economies reopened

ISM manufacturing gauge returns to expansion with orders and production improving

The worst may be over for the manufacturing sector, but industry remains cautious

May retail sales soar, but will it continue?

What’s behind the resurgent housing market

Latest ISM manufacturing data shows signs of stabilization

Infrastructure will remain hot, but beware of projects that could burn your bottom line

COVID-19 pandemic drives largest drop in U.S. factory production on record

U.S. retail sales: April really was the cruelest month

U.S. manufacturing sector hit hard by COVID-19, new RSM data shows

April U.S. Consumer Price Index: Another whiff of pandemic-caused deflation

ISM service sector index: More pain ahead

ISM Manufacturing Index points to more damage ahead

RSM Manufacturing Outlook Index shows six-standard-deviation hit

Amid chaos of coronavirus, food and beverage sector continues to adapt

Housing market follows the severe contraction of the broader economy

New April data suggests more pain ahead for U.S. industrial sector

What middle market companies can learn from Nike about managing disruption

How to handle supply chain bottlenecks in the face of coronavirus


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