Industrial Sector Moving Well Through Mid-Cycle

October 2007
Metal Center News;Oct2007, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p48
Trade Publication
The article reports on the projection by market analyst Eli Lustgarten on metal industry in the U.S. According to Lustgarten's 2007 forecast, it is projected to have strong markets for power transmissions and distributions, and weaker performance out of automotive and housing. Moreover, he also projected a two-tiered domestic industrial recovery.


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