Less than half of mid-size American businesses expect sales and profits to rise next year: survey
It’s not only major U.S. companies with stocks included the Dow Jones Industrial Average that are feeling the effects of the U.S. - China trade war.
Less than half mid-size American businesses expect their sales and profits to increase next year.
And 72% blame President Trump’s international trade policies for their difficulties, according to a survey of 550 companies by Umpqua bank based in Portland, Oregon.
More than 70% of middle-market companies are uncertain about the future of their business due to the US - China trade dispute, with nearly 20% reporting high levels of uncertainty.