According to the Q1/16 Middle Market Indicator released by the National Center for the Middle Market, middle market companies reported year-over-year revenue growth of 6.3% in the first quarter of 2016.
According to NCMM’s Q2/15 Middle Market Indicator Survey, two-thirds of middle market companies reported growth over last year, suggesting the business cycle remains steady following the growth reported in 2014.
Following a year of consistently accelerating revenue and employment growth for middle market firms, growth appears to be slowing for Q1/15, according to the National Center for the Middle Market.
According to the latest Middle Market Indicator survey conducted by the National Center for the Middle Market, executive confidence in the U.S. economy reached a record high of 68% over the past 12 months.
The National Center for the Middle Market saw an increase in revenue growth, demonstrating the mid-market’s position as a key engine of growth in the U.S. economy.
According to the National Center for Middle Market, employment and revenue growth projections from the nation’s 200,000 mid-sized firms point to growth in 2014 in spite of this winter’s deep freeze.
The nation’s 200,000 middle-market businesses are growing revenue at a rate of 5% during 2013 — five times higher than the S&P 500, according to the National Center for the Middle Market’s (NCMM) latest quarterly Middle Market Indicator (MMI).
The middle market has been a shining light in the economic recovery to date with revenue growth rates typically well above 5%. However, the expected rate of growth of revenues in the middle market is only 4.4% for the upcoming year, according to the National Center for the Middle Market.
Successive quarters of strong performance by the nation’s middle-market companies is fueling increased confidence in the national and global economies, according to the latest survey from the National Center for the Middle Market, a partnership between GE Capital and The Ohio State University.
Revenue and employment growth in the U.S. middle market continue to outpace expectations and broader growth nationally, according to the latest Middle Market Indicator by the National Center for the Middle Market