At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), President Donald J. Trump promised to unleash energy and put the regulation industry out of work.
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Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris said on Thursday the Trump Administration is “probably the most pro-business administration since the founding fathers.”
The MNI Chicago Business Barometer fell 3.6 from 53.9 to 50.3 in January “due to seasonal factors,” but it’s the lowest since May 2016.
President Donald J. Trump visited the Boeing (NYSE:BA) factory in North Charleston, S.C., where talked jobs, manufacturing and the rollout of the 787-10, their newest Dreamliner jet.
The MNI Chicago Business Barometer fell 3.6 points to 50.3 in January from a previously revised 53.9 in December 2016, the lowest since May 2016.
The Commerce Department said Friday durable goods orders fell 0.4% to a seasonally adjusted $227.02 billion in December to end the year down.
The Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey, the Philadelphia Federal Reserve gauge of factory activity in the Mid-Atlantic region, rose to 23.6 in January.
The Empire State Manufacturing Survey, the New York Federal Reserve’s gauge of manufacturing activity in the region, but optimism about the future remains.
Fiat Chrysler (NYSE:FCAU) on Sunday announced a plan to spend $1 billion on U.S. manufacturing, including modernizing plants in Michigan and Ohio.
Stanley Black & Decker, the hand and power tool manufacturer, plans to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. after the election of Donald J. Trump.