Concerns Remain, But U.S. Execs More Optimistic About Revenue, Profit
Business leaders still have grave concerns about U.S. economy for 2023, but are more optimistic about revenue and profit expectations, other key indicators, finds AICPA & CIMA survey.
ULI Predicts Strengthening Real Estate Industry Starting In 2024
While inflation will remain an uncertain challenge, the Urban Land Institute’s latest Real Estate Economic Forecast projects positive but slower growth in the near term and a return to stronger growth in 2024.
Is Inflation Affecting Corporate Real Estate Decisions?
The high inflationary environment is having an impact on corporate real estate decision making, finds a new survey from CoreNet Global.
What Are Companies’ Hiring Plans For The Rest Of 2022?
Nearly half of U.S. companies intend to add staff in second half of the year: 46% are hiring for new roles; 45% will bring in more contract talent.
Bad economic and geo-political news can slow down economic development. But, this pause might not be for long.
Staying The Course
The war in Ukraine and economic factors could derail the economy. But they will impact future growth only if we let them.
Business Executives’ Optimism About U.S. Economy Hits Three-Year High
Nearly 70 percent of U.S. executives say their companies plan to expand in the next 12 months, up from 58 percent last quarter, finds new AICPA survey.
Economic Growth Slowing After Mid-Year Burst, But 2015 Expected To Top 2014
Housing market is grinding forward as employment numbers tick upward as well.