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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.

  • Strategic Global Intelligence Brief for April 3, 2020

    Latest blog entries Apr 3, 2020 | 15:02 pm

    By Chris Kuehl, Ph.D., NACM Economist—Short Items of Interest—US Economy—Massive Job Loss As expected, the job numbers look really bad—a loss of over 700,000 and this is not even counting the numbers that occurred in the last week. This is certainly stunning but totally predictable. There are, however, still considerations that make this situation ...

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  • Construction Spending Dips Ahead of Outbreak Impact

    Latest blog entries Apr 3, 2020 | 11:12 am

    As the world waits to see how much of an impact the coronavirus will have on March data points, U.S. construction spending took a slight dip in February. Construction spending was at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of module,366.7 billion, which is down 1.3% from January, states the Census Bureau. However, February's spending is 6% higher than Februa...

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  • Strategic Global Intelligence Brief for April 1, 2020

    Latest blog entries Apr 1, 2020 | 15:32 pm

     By Chris Kuehl, NACM Economist—Short Items of Interest—US Economy—Tempting but Now Is Not the Time It crossed my mind only briefly but today is, after all, April Fools' Day. I had considered starting today's issue with a piece that announced the COVID-19 thing was all over or was just a ruse. That level of humor is inappropriate in the extrem...

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  • Manufacturing Sector Begins to Slow Down

    Latest blog entries Apr 1, 2020 | 07:01 am

    Manufacturing began to see a slowdown in March, but not on the scale originally anticipated, according to a recent article in Reuters. This is likely because the activity in manufacturing has not yet caught up to the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic as shutdowns in the U.S. did not begin until the second or so week of March—but the readings are st...

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