Economy Calls for Caution

Triplett, Tim
May 2010
Metal Center News;May2010, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p23
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of economist William Conerly on housing crisis, consumer spending, and inflation issues in the U.S. as of 2010. Conerly notes that housing is one of the pressing problems that the U.S. is facing and the only solution is to regard demographic issues. Conerly adds that consumers, though have stable jobs, cut their expenditures. The economist also mentions the working capital needs of service centers.


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