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May 22

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

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May 18

Spot Market Update

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Total Spot Market

Spot volume recovery accelerates in week 19

As more states loosen restriction on commerce, total truck spot market volumes jumped nearly 27% – the largest increase since the beginning of the U.S. coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis – during the week ended May 15 (week 19). Load availability has been higher week over week for four weeks, but the only other week with a double-digit increase was week 17. Volumes now are about 75% of the five-year average for week 19 and about 82% of the volume in the same week last year.


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May 14

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

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May 8

Podcast | Rail Market Update

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Rail Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

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May 11

Spot Market Update

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Total Spot Load Availability

Spot volumes recovery continues in week 18

Total truck spot market volumes increased 7% during the week ended May 8 (week 18) from the prior week, and spot rates were higher for the second straight week. Although the week 18 improvement in total load availability was much smaller than the 22% increase the week before, each of the three key segments saw at least marginal improvement, a trend that likely will continue as more states loosen restrictions on lockdowns related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.


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May 8

Weekly Transportation Update

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Largest Declines in Payroll Jobs

U.S. economy sheds 20.5 million payroll jobs in April. The unemployment rate is 14.7%.

  • Unemployment claims still above 3 million a week on a seasonally adjusted basis.
  • ISM index lowest since April 2009, and key components are far worse than the overall index implies.
  • Trucking and intermodal volumes appear to have bottomed out, but not rail carload.

 

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May 4

Spot Market Update

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Spot Load Availability

Spot freight volumes rebound in week 17

Although total spot load volumes remain far below average, they rose nearly 22% during the week ended May 1 (week 17) from volumes the week before. Spot metrics in week 16 had indicated that spot demand had bottomed out. Week 17 data suggests that a recovery has begun as several states have taken their first steps toward reopening after the lockdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.


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May 8

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

 

April 30

COVID-19 Truck Freight Recovery Index

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COVID-19 Truck Freight Recovery Index

Refrigerated Freight Recovering as Total Truck Freight Volumes Bottom

Daily data on the truck spot market indicates that the sharp drop in truck freight since mid-March stabilized in the second week of April and that volumes have remained largely flat for a couple of weeks. The COVID-19 Truck Freight Recovery Index is a new index jointly produced by Truckstop.com and FTR Transportation Intelligence. Download this presentation of graphs by following the link below. 

Additional commentary to compliment this index is available in the April State of Freight TODAY.


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April 30

COVID-19 Rail Freight Recovery Index

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COVID-19 Rail Freight Recovery Index - North American Carload

Rail Freight Volumes Have Likely Bottomed

Weekly volume data from the Association of American Railroads and analyzed by FTR shows that rail volumes, in the intermodal and carload sectors, are likely near the bottom. The COVID-19 Rail Freight Recovery Index measures rail and intermodal’s response and recovery based on pre-pandemic levels, while accounting for historical patterns and seasonal fluctuations. Download this presentation of graphs showing North American carload and intermodal, economically sensitive freight, automotive, and energy sectors.

Additional commentary to compliment this index is available in the April State of Freight TODAY.


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April 30

Weekly Transportation Update

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Worst Weeks for Unemployment

The COVID-19 Hit to Freight Bottoms Out

  • Unemployment claims top 30 million in six weeks on a seasonally adjusted basis.
  • Personal consumption plunges by largest percentage ever in March.
  • Transportation equipment aside, durable goods orders hold up in March.

 

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April 29

Podcast | Rail Market Update

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Rail Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

 

April 29

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

 

April 27

Spot Market Update

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Total Spot Load Availability

Spot freight volumes stabilize in week 16

Load volumes in the truck spot market were higher during the week ended April 24 (week 16) than in prior week, a strong indication that freight demand has bottomed out and is poised to begin recovering once the U.S. begins emerging from lockdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Total spot market volumes had not been up week over week since the week ended March 13.


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April 23

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

April 23

Podcast | Rail Market Update

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Rail Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

April 23

Weekly Transportation Update

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Worst Weeks for Unemployment

Unemployment claims exceed 26 million in five weeks. Volumes down in all modes.

  • Sales of new and existing homes down sharply in March.
  • Trucking spot volumes fall again but begin to stabilize.
  • Rail carload and intermodal loadings show sustained weakness.

 

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April 20

Spot Market Update

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Total MDI

Spot market deterioration slows in week 15

Load availability and rates in the spot market for truck freight were almost uniformly lower during the week ended April 17 (week 15), but the week-over-week volume declines generally were not as steep as they were the week before. The slower deterioration suggests that the spot market might be approaching its trough. How long the market stays at or near bottom depends on how much longer the nationwide economic shutdown continues as states fight the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.


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April 17

Weekly Transportation Update

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Retail and Food Service Sales

Freight activity is shutting down. FTR forecasts a bigger hit to freight in Q2.

  • All modes struggling as shutdown phase is complete and containment sets in.
  • First-time claims for unemployment benefits exceed 22 million in four weeks.
  • March data releases on manufacturing, retail, and housing paint a dismal picture.

 

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April 15

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

April 15

Podcast | Rail Market Update

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Rail Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

April 13

Spot Market Update

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MDI Total

Van, reefer spot loads lowest in four years

Just three weeks after peaking at very strong levels during a major push to restock grocery shelves and handle unprecedented supply chain disruptions, spot market load availability for dry van and refrigerated freight has plunged to the lowest levels in nearly four years. The collapse in the spot market for truck freight continued in all equipment segments during the week ended April 10 (week 14) as the U.S. economic shutdown resulting from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic took a further toll on U.S. freight demand.


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April 10

Weekly Transportation Update

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Worst Weeks for Unemployment

FTR lowers Q2 outlook further, but duration of containment is key.

  • First-time claims for unemployment benefits approach 17 million in three weeks.
  • Truck spot market metrics suggest falling demand in all segments.
  • Consumer-driven sectors like automobiles are hitting the rail volumes hard.

 

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April 9

State of Freight Webinar | Economic Outlook

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Presenters: Eric Starks and Bill Witte

Moderator: Clay Slaughter

Description: This webinar includes:

  • An assessment from FTR on the potential impacts of the CARES Act on economic activity.
  • Details about how the economy is losing jobs faster than anticipated, changing the depth of the economic contraction, and the speed of the recovery.
  • Insight on the impact the latest GDP forecast may have on the transport markets.

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April 8

Flash Update | Economic Update

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Economic outlook is bleaker still for Q2. Response in Q3 is stronger… but not enough

  • Enormous job loss and lower exports drive FTR’s GDP forecast far lower.
  • FTR forecasts sharp drops in GDP Goods Transport Sector and Industrial Production.
  • The duration of containment and the impact of the $2 trillion rescue are the key forecast risks.

 

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April 8

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

April 8

Podcast | Rail Market Update

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Rail Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

April 6

Spot Market Update

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MDI - Dry Van

Spot freight metrics plunge as economy outweighs disruption.

We knew the day was going to come where the effects of the outbreak would impact loads and rates. It happened in Week 13.

  • Volumes collapsed across all equipment types
  • Truck availability was higher in all segments
  • Market Demand Index declined for all segments
  • Rates per mile were down across all equipment types

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April 2

Ask The Expert Webinar | COVID-19 Update

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Presenters: Avery Vise, Todd Tranausky, Clay Slaughter

Moderator: Jonathan Starks

Description: Given the current COVID-19 situation and changes that keep evolving, this Ask the Expert webinar provided the latest information for how transportation professionals will be affected. As this situation continues to change, FTR is providing additional intelligence on an ongoing basis to keep our clients informed and aware of how the latest news and forecasts will affect their business.

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April 2

Weekly Transportation Update

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2020 Worst Weeks for Unemployment

Unemployment claims total nearly 10 million in just two weeks.

  • Congress provides $2 trillion in cash payments, loans, and enhanced unemployment payments.
  • Dry van and refrigerated spot freight is strong but may be stabilizing.
  • Rail carloads start to feel COVID-19 impact as intermodal looks at months of pain from low imports.

 

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April 1

Podcast | Rail Market Update

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Rail Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

April 1

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

March 30

Spot Market Update

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Refrigerated spot metrics cooled sharply last week.

A week after what appears to be an unprecedented imbalance in refrigerated spot freight due to dynamics related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, metrics settled back to what has been a more typical range in recent weeks. Meanwhile, dry van spot metrics stabilized at elevated levels, and flatbed spot volumes continued falling.

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March 26

Weekly Transportation Update

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Weekly Jobless Claims [FTR]

Unemployment claims soar as Congress strives for a $2 trillion financial rescue.

  • FTR lowered its forecasts on GDP, freight, and equipment.
  • Financial support from Washington would not materially change our Q2 forecasts.
  • Truck spot freight remains strained due to restocking and disruption.
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March 26

Ask The Expert Webinar | COVID-19 Update

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Presenters: Avery Vise, Todd Tranausky, Don Ake, Clay Slaughter

Moderator: Eric Starks

Description: This Ask the Expert webinar reviewed the current state of the freight markets and gave FTR Client's an opportunity to ask the FTR Experts specific questions about their business. The FTR Experts were able to provide a comprehensive overview with perspectives from all surface modes of transportation. Additionally, the Q&A section covered many important topics and commentary over recent policy changes and economic events. As this is a rapidly evolving situation, this webinar provided the latest information that we have.

 

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March 25

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

March 23

Flash Update | CV Equipment Outlook

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Total Truck Utilization from the CV Equipment Outlook

A sharp economic contraction will slam CV production.

  • Total truck loadings are forecast to drop 4% in 2020, and weak utilization will hurt freight rates.
  • FTR’s revised North American Class 8 shipment forecast is 150,000 units for 2020.
  • The revised U.S. trailer production forecast is 155,000 units for 2020. 

The severe economic impact of measures taken in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will have a severe impact on the commercial equipment industry. Demand for new trucks and trailers is expected to be extremely low during the crisis period. There is tremendous economic uncertainty and fear, the intensity of which has not been present since the Great Recession. There is extreme economic risk to buying new equipment at this time. Fleets that were planning to purchase new equipment likely will wait out the crisis before placing orders.

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March 24

Flash Update | Rail Equipment Outlook

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Railcar Utilization from the Rail Equipment Outlook

Rail equipment is in for an extended downturn

  • Energy, intermodal, and automotive freight are all taking a significant hit to demand right now.
  • Utilization of the fleet was already at depressed levels and will sink even further to sub-60%.
  • FTR’s new North American deliveries forecast is for just 23,200 units in 2020.

The reduced economic outlook and its impact on rail freight will trickle through into the rail equipment markets that were already under pressure before the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis emerged. It is now likely that utilization will slip toward 60% (or even below it), leading to a significant slowdown in orders across all car types and further reducing delivery expectations.

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March 25

Podcast | Rail Market Update

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Rail Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

March 23

Flash Update | Freight Outlook

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Total US Freight Tonmiles from the Freight Outlook

All sectors of transportation will feel dramatic effects from the coronavirus shutdowns

  • The positive effects of restocking grocery stores and distribution centers on dry van and reefer markets are likely to slow substantially in the next two to three weeks.
  • Industrial-focus trucking segments are already starting to see the effects of constrained commerce.
  • Intermodal will face additional challenges from the newly loosened truck market over the balance of 2020.
  • Nearly every carload sector will feel dramatic repercussions from the coronavirus.

The freight market, across all modes and segments, is expected to be substantially weaker than previously forecast because of the restrictions on economic activity put in place in the U.S. and across the globe. As a result of these restrictions and the resulting decline in consumer confidence, FTR expects 2020 volume and rate declines across most segments.

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March 23

Flash Update | Recession Outlook

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Real GDP from the Recession Outlook

Economic forecast moves sharply lower as many downside risks are already in effect.

  • GDP is now forecast to show a double-digit loss during Q2; recovery could begin in Q3 and strengthen in Q4.
  • Downside risks still are twice as likely as upside risks.
  • FTR forecasts sharp drops in GDP Goods Transport Sector and Industrial Production. 

The speed at which the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is shutting down routine commerce has been dizzying. When FTR issued a recession forecast just a week ago, we identified major downside risks in terms of employment and related damage to output and consumption. FTR has been continually revisiting its forecasts during this time, and we now expect a severe drop in GDP in Q2.

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March 19

Weekly Transportation Update

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Load Availability from the Weekly Transportation Update

FTR expects a recession – with major downside risks

  • Freight volume in all modes will be negative in 2020.
  • Trucking is very busy with restocking stores and handling disruptions, but volumes will weaken soon. Intermodal declines continue to accelerate with little near-term relief expected.

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March 19

Ask The Expert Webinar | Coronavirus Risks

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Presenters: Avery Vise, Todd Tranausky, Don Ake

Moderator: Jonathan Starks

Description: Ask the Expert webinars give FTR Clients a chance to hear directly from FTR's team of leading industry experts, directly addressing business issues and highlighting important topics that every transportation professional needs to stay on top of. This webinar reviewed the risks that Covid-19 prevention steps are placing on the marketplace.  

Each webinar begins with a brief update on current freight market conditions which leads into the attendee-directed Q&A session.

 

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March 19

Podcast | Trucking Market Update

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Trucking Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

March 19

Podcast | Rail Market Update

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Rail Market Update on the State of Freight Podcast

 

 

March 18

Flash Update | Freight Tonmiles to Decline 

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GDP Goods Transport Sector from the Weekly Update

FTR expects freight tonmiles to decline 2% in 2020

  • FTR forecasts a decline of more than 1% in truck loadings. Utilization may not take a severe hit but will be weak for the remainder of 2020, remaining below 90% until the middle of 2021.
  • Coronavirus has hit intermodal hard, and the outlook for 2020 is now negative. The carload environment will also take a hit, with further declines in coal leading the way.

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March 17

Flash Update | FTR Forecasting Recession

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FTR expects an economic recession, starting in Q2

  • Look for additional Flash Updates over the next several days as we address the downstream impacts to the freight and equipment markets.
  • The coronavirus pandemic is an unprecedented event.
  • FTR’s economic outlook calls for a serious – but not catastrophic – hit to the economy in the near-term.

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March 13

Weekly Transportation Update

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FTR expects freight tonmiles to decline 2% in 2020

  • FTR forecasts a decline of more than 1% in truck loadings. Utilization may not take a severe hit but will be weak for the remainder of 2020, remaining below 90% until the middle of 2021.
  • Coronavirus has hit intermodal hard, and the outlook for 2020 is now negative. The carload environment will also take a hit, with further declines in coal leading the way.

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March 12

State of Freight Webinar | Outlook for Intermodal and Coronavirus Economic Update

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Presenters: Avery Vise, Todd Tranausky

Moderator: Jonathan Starks

Description: The Outlook for Intermodal webinar looked at the expectations for intermodal in 2020, which has a number of factors acting on it. We are seeing railroads reopening lanes they closed a couple years ago, the coronavirus, and a share shift toward east coast ports. Following major changes stemming from Coronavirus (Covid-19) that have affected all of the markets, this webinar was also expanded to include a broader discussion on the effects that the virus’ prevention actions are having on the economy and transportation markets overall.

 

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March 5

State of Freight Webinar | Coronavirus - Assessing Risk for the Transportation Market

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Presenters: Eric Starks and Avery Vise

Moderator: Jonathan Starks

Description: Fear over the Coronavirus has sent global markets into a panic and threatened global trade volumes. The FTR Experts will provide insight and analysis on the risk for transportation professionals and what this means for the freight market.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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February 28

Coronavirus: Assessing the Global and Domestic Threat

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The coronavirus is a growing threat to the fragile Chinese and global economies. Although we cannot know exactly how the virus’s effects will pan out, the macroeconomic impact will not be insignificant. The outbreak has been highly disruptive to the Chinese economy and is beginning to affect the rest of the world negatively. The U.S. will not be immune to its consequences. It is unclear how long the suspension of Chinese activity will last, but if the pattern holds like the SARS outbreak in 2003 it would shave 0.2% to 0.3% off first quarter U.S. GDP growth and have lingering impacts on the second quarter. The outbreak, which began at the end of last year, has infected some 78,000 people as of this writing. More than 2,400 people have died, with the vast majority of fatalities within China. While the outcome is currently impossible to predict with any accuracy, it would be wise to explore how the virus could affect the Chinese and U.S. economies.

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February 28

State of Freight Podcast | Coronavirus Impacts on the Freight Markets 

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Coronavirus Impacts on the Freight Markets [State of Freight Report]

 

 

 


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