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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.

  • Some Not So Good News Mixed in with the Better

    Latest blog entries Sep 18, 2020 | 10:07 am

    How is that for classic economic equivocation? You know the mantra by now, never assert you know anything for sure other than the past. Even then, be sure to keep your options open. The reality is that there are rarely moments when one can assert that a trillion-dollar economy is either all good or all bad.Even in the darkest days of the l...

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  • August Housing Starts Decline Further Than Expected

    Latest blog entries Sep 18, 2020 | 09:11 am

    Housing starts across the U.S. are down further than expected, yet there is a silver lining in the recently released data. Housing starts in August fell to 1.416 million, according to the Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development. This is down 5.1% from July but up 2.8% from August 2019. Economists polled by Reuters expected sta...

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  • Dodge Momentum Index Improves for Second Straight Month

    Latest blog entries Sep 11, 2020 | 12:01 pm

    A construction spending indicator reports a potential increase in outlays as the U.S. economy continues to recover from earlier shutdowns. The Dodge Momentum Index, which measures the initial report of nonresidential building projects in planning, increased 1.8% in August, according to Dodge Data & Analytics."The August increase in the overall ...

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  • Construction Spending Increases Slower Than Expected

    Latest blog entries Sep 4, 2020 | 09:58 am

    Total construction spending remained relatively unchanged for the month of July; however, the slight increase was less than expected. Spending inched forward 0.1% in July, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The seasonally adjusted annual rate of module,364.6 billion is also 0.1% below July 2019.Economists predicted spending would increase 1% in July,...

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