NEMA EBCI Tumbles In September

NEMA’s Electroindustry Business Confidence Index (EBCI) for future North American conditions tumbled in September, dropping 11.6 points to 29.2 points, its lowest level in two years. Any reading below 50 signifies weakening economic conditions. The EBCI for current North American conditions clawed slightly higher in September, rising to 37.5 points from 37 points in August — the second small increase in as many months. The index is a monthly survey of senior executives at electrical manufactu

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