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Fiber Tags Move Up
Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
September 12, 2008

Changing Import Trends
Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
August 12, 2008

Current Trends
Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
July 17, 2008

An Increasingly Uncertain 2008
Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
June 9, 2008

Changing Trade Patterns
Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
May 12, 2008

Profits Edge Lower
The current business slowdown, combined with continuing strong import competition and rising material and transportation costs, is beginning to take its toll on textile earnings.
Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
April 15, 2008

A Changing Business Climate
Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
March 28, 2008

The Weakening Business Climate
Growing concern about the 2008 general business picture is raising some new questions and fears as to how our textile and apparel industries will fare over the next few quarters. It's pretty clear, for example, that most consumers are beginning to tighten their purse strings - reflecting the negative effects of both the subprime mortgage meltdown and today's $3-per-gallon and higher gasoline prices.
By Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
February 12, 2008

A First Look At 2008
By Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
January 24, 2008

Domestic Declines Slow Down
By Robert S. Reichard, Economics Editor
December 11, 2007