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U.S. | 10 July 2018 Businesses' Capex Plans Set to Surge, Following Stronger Earnings
For some time now, we have puzzled over the softness of small firms' capital spending intentions, as measured by the monthly NFIB survey.

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10 July 2018 Businesses' Capex Plans Set to Surge, Following Stronger Earnings

By Ian Shepherdson

For some time now, we have puzzled over the softness of small firms' capital spending intentions, as measured by the monthly NFIB survey.

Posted: 9th Jul 2018 in 'U.S.'

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