Report for November 2010

January 2011
Business Credit;Jan2011, Vol. 113 Issue 1, p54
Trade Publication
The article presents the forecast of the Credit Managers' Index (CMI) on the condition of the financial market in the U.S. for November 2010. It notes the slight increase in the service sector, however, not enough to keep growth from the stumbling condition. It also reveals the decline of the dollar collection from 61.9 to 58.6 due to the growth of bankruptcy filings. It also indicates an economic rebound which motivates companies to increase their sales efforts and marketing activities.


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