Herm Isenstein, president, DISC Corp., Orange, Conn., and the electrical market’s leading economist, has updated his forecasts for 2016-2017 on his new Flash Update, a monthly forecasting service launched earlier this year.
Says Herm, “We ...
BHP Billiton, a London-based global energy conglomerate with $35.5 billion in annual revenues and 80,000 employees, will be placing a big bet on copper over the next year. According to a report in Copper Investing News, the company will spend...
“Oil and gas continues its slide, but we see that leveling off and coming back third and fourth quarter. Commercial construction has its bright spots.”
Walt Reynolds, president and CEO, The Reynolds Co., Fort Worth, Texas
Aggregate demand performance hits the electrical industry through its direct impact on the crucial economic indicators that make this industry tick.
Electrical distributors who rode the boom in oil and gas face uncertainty as the sector slows.