U.S. Business Capex To Be Slow And In Line With GDP: Deutsche BankMani
The recent q/q decline in total U.S. business investment spending can be seen as the end of the U.S. capex recession, though U.S. business capex will rise at a very slow pace for the rest of the cycle, believe DB analysts. David Bianco and team point out in their June 3 research piece titled “Capex recession ending….L recovery” that slow capex will imply slow GDP and perhaps even slower S&P sales growth.
U.S. business capex growth to fuel S&P . . .
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