Factors Driving U.S. Production Capacity and Their Potential Growth Implications for the Economy

How might fiscal policy proposals provide an opportunity to improve U.S. production, and what are the potential investment implications?

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There is increased risk investing in the industrial sector. The industries within the sector can be significantly affected by general market and economic conditions, competition, technological innovation, legislation, government regulations, among other things. Health care industries are subject to greater utilization rates, an aging population, infrastructure risk, pharmaceutical drug costs, government regulations and government approval of products and services, and other significant risks.

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