Economic Trends & Conditions
Insights into Current Economic Conditions, Emerging Trends, and Impacts on US and Global Economies
Key Questions: Will the Debt Ceiling Debate Cause a Market Debacle?
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Key Perspectives, Economic Outlook
Vaccines have begun to normalize U.S. economic activity, but the progress is taking longer than hoped. Some obstacles include hesitance towards taking the vaccine, questions around booster shots, and the vulnerability of new virus strains that evade the vaccines. The reality is that we remain locked in a race against time and do not know when we can overcome the residual impact of the virus.
ARP investment strategies
While the pandemic underscored the disadvantaged status of many minority communities, it also triggered Congress to take long-overdue and meaningful action for Native American Tribes. The American Rescue Plan (ARP) will deploy more than $20 billion to Tribal governments to help them respond to the COVID-19 emergency and lay the foundation for an equitable recovery.
Key Investment Perspectives: Third Quarter 2021 Review
September presented a wide range of risks for investors, including inflation, rising interest rates, the Delta variant, a potential default of a large Chinese property developer, and continued Washington theatrics regarding stimulus and the debt ceiling.
Industrial Monthly Market Roundup
Industrial Monthly Market Roundup provides you with our unique insights into the Industrial industry's dynamics during this time of global disruption and volatility.
Single-purpose agriculture financing
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Additional Economic Conditions Industry Trends & Insights
Food and beverage production financing
With nearly five decades of equipment financing and agricultural equipment experience, Key Equipment Finance now brings focused expertise to the food and beverage sector. By offering strong capital and industry knowledge when and where you need it most, we can help you create strategies and acquire the equipment your organization needs to grow and stay competitive.
Key Questions: What Created Chaos in Supply Chains and Why Are Shortfalls so Acute?
Disruption of global supply chains has been undeniable, with price increases felt by consumers across various markets and goods. From COVID-19 to geopolitical forces to extreme weather, things might worsen before they get better.
Affordable housing advocates see mounting momentum
The outlook for affordable housing development in 2021 is a positive one, with government entities showing strong support for increasing affordable housing availability. Now investors, developers and lenders should meet the charge, too. Insights from the experts follow. Learn More.
Key Questions: Is Evergrande a “Lehman Moment”?
Evergrande is China’s second largest property developer, and it has more debt on its balance sheet than any other property company in the world (in terms of debt outstanding).
Practical strategies for an unpredictable tax horizon
Obtaining the equipment your business needs to grow and stay competitive remains imperative. This white paper explains the importance of staying on top of an ever-evolving tax landscape and reviews relevant considerations from the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Key Questions: What Is a 1031 Exchange?
A 1031 exchange, also known as a like-kind exchange, occurs when a taxpaying individual investor or entity sells an investment property and reinvests the proceeds into a “like-kind” replacement property.
Building growth in difficult times
Equipment acquisition during economic uncertainty
Preparing for the LIBOR Transition
Fundamental change is coming to the floating rate loan market. After more than 40 years, the London Interbank Offered Rate or LIBOR – the benchmark index by which major global banks lend to one another – is being phased out by the end of 2021.