By Deborah Belgum | April 18, 2019
The U.S. economy is expected to cruise along at a moderate speed this year after whizzing past the speed limit last year.
The formula for doing business is slowly changing this year. While interest rates were rising at a steady pace last year, it’s a different story this year. The Federal Reserve hasn’t raised benchmark interest rates in 2019 and may even lower them, which is good news for apparel manufacturers and retailers.
Following the initial public offering price of $17 per share, San Francisco’s Levi Strauss & Co. closed at $22.41 per share on March 21, up $5.41, a 31.82 percent increase.
Slower economy sees slower housing starts this year and next.
Economy will slow down but will be on a positive path over the next two years.
In the past year, it has become increasingly more challenging to be an apparel manufacturer, importer or retailer in the United States as uncertainty surrounds trade with China.
If you had to describe what the economic outlook was for 2019, you might be inclined to liken it to the Charles Dickens novel “A Tale of Two Cities.”
The UCLA Anderson Forecast predicts the economy will slow down in 2019 and then nearly even out in 2020.
Levi Strauss & Co. has been on a roll lately, reporting its fourth consecutive quarter of double-digit revenue growth.
Stitch Fix Inc., an on-demand, personal-styling service based in San Francisco that offers online-apparel subscriptions and personal-shopping services, is headed to Great Britain next year.
Could the U.S. economy be partying like there’s no tomorrow only to be faced with a hangover in two years?
We asked finance experts and factors to give us their take on the retail industry and how it is shaping up this year.
Despite rumblings of a trade war, the U.S. economy is marching forward at a nice pace as the U.S. unemployment rate hits a low not seen for almost 50 years.
Trade and tariffs could be the make or break factors when it comes to growth of the U.S. economy.
Over the past five years, the creative economy in California has seen a growth spurt as more jobs have been added in the sector’s core areas of entertainment, fashion and publishing.