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Gardner Business Intelligence 2020 Capital Spending Reports – The Insight Your Business Needs

Gardner Business Intelligence's Capital Spending Survey is an annual survey that collects statistics regarding budgeted spending on machine tools, testing equipment, software and more that are then projected across the metalworking industry based on plant size. This year the suite of Capital Spending Reports has been expanded to include more focused information on exactly what you need to know. These reports collect critical information on spending by machine type, industry, geography and plant size.

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10-Year Treasury Rate Gardner Intelligence Durable Goods Spending Growth Back Below Historic Average Durable goods spending growth has been below average every month but one since August 2018.
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Income Growth 2019 October Income Growth Slows Month-over-month income growth was below 3.0% for the fourth time in five months.
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Monetary Base Shows Positive Sign for Manufacturing In a positive sign for capital equipment spending, the annual rate of contraction in the monetary base decelerated for the first time since it began contracting in October 2018.
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Aerospace Orders Increase Amid Durable Goods Contraction Month-over-month, durable goods orders contracted for the third-straight month in October, marking eight of the last nine months.
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November GBI Accelerates Contraction The November GBI showed quickening contraction in manufacturing, led by a drop in backlogs.
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