Tatum Survey: Signs of Economic Recovery Evaporate
In their July 2008 survey of current business and economic conditions, the executive services firm Tatum concluded that the beginnings of a "modest recovery" have, at least temporarily, "evaporated." Rising inflation fears from the surge in June's crude oil prices have contributed to declining backlogs, rising concerns about financing and flat to lower employment. On the positive side, technology companies and exporters continue to perform well.
The summary of the Tatum survey' is available by clicking here.