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From transport regulations to global economics, risks abound for US freight markets

FTR examines potential risks in the outlook for the US economy in general and freight markets in particular

The US economy has been maintaining a consistent rate of recovery for a prolonged period, marking one of the longest recoveries since World War II, but what does this mean for freight markets? As Jonathan Starks, FTR Director of Transportation Analysis, has pointed out, "This creates a unique environment, especially when it comes to the cyclical nature of freight demand." In its recent State of Freight webinar, FTR Transportation Economist Noël Perry and Macro Economist Bill Witte highlight some of the expected upside and downside risks for the US economy in general and fright markets in particular for 2016.

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