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Metal fabricators have seen high volumes lately as a rebound in air travel has spurred the aerospace industry back to life. Better than expected backlogs and strong aftermarket demand have continued despite a marginal decrease in air travel during August. Air travel once again increased in September. Visit us at http://www.wallstreetequityresearch.com/ to understand the catalysts and forces driving or affecting metal fabrication stocks.
Industrial fasteners have also proved to be a strong market for the Metal Fabrication sector. A growth in demand has been lead by emerging economies as production increases in their automotive, industrial, and infrastructure markets.
Political turmoil throughout the globe should ensure that military and defense spending remain strong, meaning parts suppliers should have a healthy market during the coming years. While the sector has seen a modest recovery after the recession, it is not expected that a meaningful turnaround will take place until commercial construction resumes at previous levels.
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