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Sep 13, 2022

Auto Manufacturing: Supply Chains, Chips, and Other Challenges

Weakness. Disruption. Delay. Failure. These are the words commonly associated with industry supply chains today. The pandemic threw supply and ...

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Jun 01, 2022

Analysts Expect U.S. Home Prices To Ease Starting in 2023; Demand To Hit A Speed Bump

Multiple and intermittent waves of disruption have impacted the home building industry in recent years. After more than two years of Covid-induced upheaval, home buyers and ...

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Jul 13, 2021

Wood You Believe Inflation is Transitory?

Analysts Predict a Bumpy Ride for Lumber and Used Car Prices Along with the economy reopening, and accompanying financial and monetary ...

Company Analysis - Industrials
Nov 12, 2020

Airline Industry Analysis: Domestic Demand Is Up While International Markets Remain Held Back

On October 27, 2020, Visible Alpha’s Research and Innovation Lab hosted a

Company Analysis - Industrials
Sep 11, 2020

Forecasting the Global Impact of Covid-19 on the Airlines Industry

The global impact of Covid-19 on the travel industry (and across all ...

Company Analysis - Industrials
Jun 30, 2020

Analysts See Long Route To Recovery For European Airport Operators

The novel coronavirus pandemic was timed poorly for major European airport operators (Aena, Fraport and Aéroports de Paris) that were already facing headwinds from regulators ...

Company Analysis - Industrials
May 19, 2020

Major U.S. Airlines Are Not Expected To Recover From Covid Until 2022 At The Earliest

Wall Street analysts believe the four largest U.S. airlines – Delta (DAL), United (UAL), American (AAL) and Southwest (LUV) – will lose 50-60% of their revenue from Covid-19 as ...