NACM Credit Managers Index April 2011

April 2011 is the month the U.S. economy started to confront dual threats and the credit community almost instantly reflected the transition. For the past two years the focus of the business community has been almost solely oriented toward recovery and finding strategies that would propel them toward that recovery. The threat of inflation was not a concern beyond the sense that at some point all the efforts to dig out of the downturn would come back to haunt the economy. That was before the price of oil started to accelerate at a rate not seen since the2008 debacle. Now the inflation threat has become a clear and present danger and one that is affecting the business and credit community.

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