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NACM Southwest provides services and information to businesses and business credit professionals. Also known as NACM Oklahoma, we provide best-in-class services to facilitate commercial credit and support business credit professionals across the state.

We are the leading resource for credit and financial management, providing information, products and services for effective business credit and accounts receivable management.

We are committed to assisting every member, meeting their needs and addressing their concerns by offering easy-to-obtain, high-quality products, services and programs.

  • Housing Starts Hit 13-Year High

    Latest blog entries Jan 17, 2020 | 14:35 pm

    Privately-owned housing starts exploded in December to a 13-year high. According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development and Census Bureau, housing starts increased 16.9% in December above November's revised estimate. The seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,608,000 is nearly 41% better than December 2018. "The big jump in the last month...

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  • Strategic Global Intelligence Brief for January 17, 2020

    Latest blog entries Jan 17, 2020 | 14:28 pm

    By Chris Kuehl, Ph.D., NACM Economist—Short Items of Interest—U.S. EconomyWho Has the Leverage?The trade deal signed between the U.S. and China has broken with the usual pattern of trade deals and will likely have an impact on future negotiations between nations. The system established at the end of WWII sought to balance trade talks through the us...

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  • Strategic Global Intelligence Brief for January 13, 2020

    Latest blog entries Jan 13, 2020 | 15:26 pm

    By Chris Kuehl, Ph.D., NACM Economist—Short Items of Interest—U.S. Economy—What Worries the Fed? The commentary from some of the regional Fed officials would suggest the Fed has the same concerns as have been expressed in previous years despite the fact there is no imminent risk that would require immediate action. Eric Rosengren of the Boston Fed ...

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  • Nonresidential Construction Employment Ends 2019 on a High Note

    Latest blog entries Jan 13, 2020 | 11:30 am

    The nonresidential construction sector ended 2019 with a bang, adding 20,000 net new jobs—an increase of more than 150,000 jobs (2%) compared to the prior year.In a month-over-month (MoM) analysis by Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), the data revealed an employment increase of 16,700 jobs last month, most notably in nonresidential specialt...

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