American manufacturing activity fell during the first couple months of the year, says Business Insider. This means that as growth slows and trade tensions continue to drag on, the sector could be headed for a recession. Manufacturing accounts for about 12% of the US economy. Because of this, a short recession in the sector wouldn't bring the rest of the economy down with it. One economist said, "We're sticking to our view that the sector will be in recession through mid-year."

general info

  • Uploaded    03/15/2019
  • Business & Finance
  • Instagram Says It Will Block Anti-Vaccine Hashtags
  • Netflix Tests $4 Mobile-Only Subscription Plan In India
  • GameStop Wants To Become "Cultural Experience," Not Just A Store
  • Wall Street tumbles, yields fuel economic fears
  • Doctolib 'unicorn' bets on video doctors
  • Take some profit, get defensive, says Ed Confrancesco
  • Elon Musk Wants Employees To Deliver On Upcoming Tesla Deliveries
  • Shaquille O'Neal Joins Papa John's Board And Signs Endorsement Deal
  • Top 5 Quotes From JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon