Follow the Money Part Two
This report is of interest to:
- Leaders in the Built Environment Industry
- Investors in Private Equity, Securities, and Real Estate
- U.S. Small Business Owners
- Developers of All Building Categories
- Designers, Architects, Engineers, and Planners
Key Terms: RISK, INVESTING, CORONAVIRUS, COVID-19, PANDEMIC RECESSION, FINANCIAL SECURITY, FEDERAL RESERVE, COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, EQUITIES, MARKET SECTORS, EDUCATION, AVIATION, TRANSPORTATION, INFRASTRUCTURE, HEALTHCARE, RETAIL, HOSPITALITY, MISSION CRITICAL, INDUSTRIAL, LIFE SCIENCES, OFFICE BUILDINGS, CELL TOWERS, DATA CENTERS
Dave Gilmore, President & CEO | Rob Hart, Senior Researcher
Chyenne Pastrana, Director of Marketing | Nicole Puckett, Lead Graphic Designer | Beckie Hawk, Web Master
FOLLOW THE MONEY: PART TWO
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In Part 1, we explored the macroeconomic shocks emerging from the pandemic, revealing a global crunch that has impacted even more nations than the Great Depression. The impact in the United States has been especially tumultuous, leading to high unemployment, market instability, and major rewrites of monetary policy by the Federal Reserve — creating a thick fog of uncertainty for American businesses and workers.
Though daunting, these challenges can be met rationally and strategically with the right information. Here in Part 2, we discuss the broad market trends and vital signs of the built environment, showing what to expect across the industry. Within that context, we drill down into each market sector, highlighting the risks and possibilities.