Coronavirus, the economy and key machinery markets – current perspectives

The crisis triggered by the expanding footprint of the coronavirus globally and within North America has few precedents.  Cross checks to prior recessions in 2008-09, 1981-82, and even the depression triggered by the Spanish flu of 1918-1919 serve to give some guidance, but crude.  The economy and the outlook for key machinery and capital goods markets is fluid and changing daily.  Jim Meil will give call participants an update on the current situation and scenarios for what may lie ahead for 2020 and beyond.

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