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ACT Research: CV Forecasts Upgraded for 2020

Commercial vehicle forecasts for 2020 were marked up across the board in August, according to ACT’s latest release of the North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, which cites the uptick as a result of a robust “perfect storm” of positives in late spring and summer. read more

ACT 2020 Commercial Vehicle Forecasts Marked Up in July

ACT Research forecasted a commercial vehicle uptick due to $6 trillion in stimulus, better than expected economic activity, boosted freight rates and preliminary June metrics that were well above trend. read more

With Freight-Generating Sectors on the Mend, ACT Predicts 5-Year Expansion

With solid consumer fundamentals, no obvious imbalances, and a manufacturing downturn in the rearview mirror, it is harder to see a recession now than it was six months ago. read more

ACT: Heavy Duty Market Anticipating Build Rate Pullback

According to ACT Research’s latest North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, expectations for the Class 8 and trailer markets anticipate an accelerating pullback in build rates. read more

ACT: Trade War Remains Key Risk to N.A. CV Market

According to the ACT Research North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, the key risk to all vehicle market forecasts, and the U.S. economy broadly, remains the trade war with China. read more

ACT: Heavy Duty Market Up-Cycle Running Out of Steam

ACT Research’s forecasts have called for the up-cycle in the Class 8 market to run out of steam around the third quarter of 2019, according to the latest North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK. read more

ACT: Key Risk to N.A. CV Market Forecasts is Trade War with China

According to ACT Research, the key risk to all commercial vehicle market forecasts remains the on-again trade war with China, but well-positioned consumers are keeping the U.S. economy out of the ditch. read more

ACT Research: Heavy Duty Market Conditions Continue to Deteriorate

According to the latest from ACT Research, expectations for the Class 8 and trailer markets anticipate an imminent pullback in build rates, as market conditions continue to deteriorate. read more

ACT: Key Risk to NA CV Market Forecasts is Trade War with China

According to ACT Research’s latest release of the North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, the key risk to all commercial vehicle market forecasts remains the on-again trade war with China. read more

ACT: Current Class 8 Market Activity Rapidly Approaching Precipice

According to ACT Research’s North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, current Class 8 build rates may suggest upside to the 2019 forecast, but deteriorating freight and rate conditions still suggest caution. read more

ACT Research: When Change Comes, It Is Likely to Come Fast

According to ACT Research’s latest North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, large new truck inventories and deteriorating freight and rate conditions suggest erring on the side of caution remains the right call. read more

ACT Research: Freight Rate Recession Likely

According to the ACT Research North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, a freight recession is not out of the question, but the easier call is a rate recession as truck supply-freight demand fall out of balance. read more

ACT: Yellow Lights Continue to Flash for Economy & NA CV Industry

According to ACT Research’s latest release of the North American Commercial Vehicle OUTLOOK, yellow lights continue to flash for the US economy and, by extension, for the North American commercial vehicle industry. read more

ACT: Yellow Lights Flashing for US Economy & NA CV Industry

According to ACT Research’s North American Commercial Vehicle Outlook, yellow lights are flashing for the U.S. economy, and by extension for the North American commercial vehicle industry. read more

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