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July Credit Managers’ Index Rebounds to Pre-Pandemic Levels

The Credit Managers’ Index from the National Association of Credit Management rebounded to pre-pandemic levels after shutdowns and preventative measures greatly impacted the U.S. economy. read more

NACM’s June Credit Managers’ Index Predicts V-Shaped Recovery

The June CMI from the NACM showed the economy is on the road to recovery, with many sectors doing a 180 by jumping back into expansion territory. read more

May CMI Shows Signs of Rebound After “Crash of Near Epic Proportions”

NACM’s Credit Managers’ Index rebounded in May. All four favorable factors improved but remain in contraction territory. read more

April CMI Sinks Deeper into Contraction, Nearing Record Low

The Credit Managers’ Index from the National Association of Credit Management continued to slide in April as the coronavirus outbreak impacts spread across the U.S. read more

Despite Decline, CMI Outlook Remains Positive

Despite a slight blip in the Credit Managers’ Index from the National Association of Credit Management, the outlook for February remains strong. read more

CMI Begins 2020 with a Bang

The Credit Managers’ Index (CMI) is off to an overwhelming start to 2020. While other indices such as the purchasing managers’ index are down to begin the new year, the CMI rebounded in January from a down December to reach... read more

CMI November Increase Signals Possible Upswing for Retailers

The Credit Managers’ Index from the National Association of Credit Management is trending upward as 2019 comes to a close, signaling what could be a positive holiday season for retailers. read more

NACM: October Credit Managers’ Index Rebounds

Credit managers across the U.S. have reported better economic conditions, especially in the service sector, according to the latest Credit Managers’ Index from the NACM. read more

NACM September Credit Managers’ Index Disappoints

After a positive showing in August, credit managers across the U.S. are reporting a slight step back in the latest Credit Managers’ Index from the National Association of Credit Management. read more

NACM: August CMI Improves, But with Some Setbacks

The Credit Managers’ Index saw a positive uptick in August, climbing out of the lower index from July, with a combined score read of 55.2, a reading safely in the expansion territory. read more

July CMI Hurts Vision of Positive Trend

Credit managers across the U.S. reported a lull in many favorable and unfavorable factors in the latest Credit Managers’ Index from the National Association of Credit Management. read more

June CMI Disappoints After Small Positive Trend

Credit managers reported a slight decline in the June 2019 economic report from National Association of Credit Management, as unfavorable factors held their ground in the manufacturing and service sectors. read more

Report: May CMI Reaches Higher for Second Consecutive Month

After months of fluctuation, credit professionals saw positive readings for the second consecutive month in the May 2019 economic report from the National Association of Credit Management. read more

Credit Managers’ Index Ends 2018 on Sour Note

Credit professionals reported fewer sales and new credit applications in the December 2018 economic report from the National Association of Credit Management, but the declines in the favorables should be taken with a grain of salt as they are all still well within expansion territory. read more

NACM: August Sees CMI Climb after Summer Dip

Two months of dwindling results on NACM’s Credit Managers’ Index ended in August with a slow but steady climb in new credit applications and dollar collections in the manufacturing and service sectors. read more

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