February 11, 2016
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How the Factoring Industry Has Adapted to a Changing Retail World
As the retail industry has changed into a split personality of online and offline shopping, so too has the factoring industry that finances manufacturers’ production and sales to clients.
The Effect of Rising Interest Rates on the Apparel Business
For nearly a decade, interest rates have remained near zero, meaning it was very inexpensive for businesses to borrow money. But those sunny days may be over. Twice this year, the Federal Reserve has raised the prime rate, and it is expected to do so again later this year.
What Does an Economic Shift Mean for the Factoring Industry?
The global economy started out this year with a whimper, not a bang.
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