Week 40 in Manufacturing News
Global manufacturing slowdown sends stock markets tumbling; U.S. manufacturing dives to 10-year low as trade tensions weigh and The UK industries likely to be hit hardest by Brexit.
Global manufacturing slowdown sends stock markets tumbling
Strong signals that a slowdown in global manufacturing intensified in September sent stock markets tumbling on Wednesday, as leading indices in Europe and the US retreated.
Source: The Guardian.
U.S. manufacturing dives to 10-year low as trade tensions weigh
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. manufacturing activity tumbled to a more than 10-year low in September as lingering trade tensions weighed on exports, further heightening financial market fears of a sharp slowdown in economic growth in the third quarter.
The UK industries likely to be hit hardest by Brexit
UK manufacturing could be hit harder by Brexit than any other sector of the UK economy, a new study suggests.
Many recent reports and warnings from businesses and experts have highlighted the risks to manufacturing and other industries if Britain crashes out of the EU without a deal.
Source: Yahoo Finance UK.
Manufacturing Struggles Matter More Than You Think
Manufacturing activity is sputtering in the U.S., which matters more to the broader economy than many assume.