NEMA’s EBCI Index for Current Conditions Surges to Highest Mark Since Sept. 2005

NEMA’s EBCI Index for Current Conditions Surges to Highest Mark Since Sept. 2005

In moving from 72.2 last month to 76.5 in March, the NEMA Electroindustry Business Confidence current conditions index reached its highest level since Sept. 2005. Although some executives remarked on confusion in Washington and flashes of social unrest, signs of a strengthening economy noted by others were apparently widespread

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