IHS News Releases - Automotive


  • 1/4/19 6:21 am EST

    Slowest growth in over four years during December

    Key findings:▪ Final Eurozone Composite Output Index: 51.1 (Flash: 51.3, November Final: 52.7)▪ Final Eurozone Services Business Activity Index: 51.2 (Flash: 51.4, November Final: 53.4)To read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 1/3/19 8:52 pm EST

    Business activity growth improves to five-month high in December

    Key pointsSolid rise in services activity; manufacturing output returns to growthSofter increase in total new workRenewed fall in composite output chargesTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 1/3/19 7:56 pm EST

    Output growth accelerates to eight-month high

    Key points:Solid output expansion on average over Q4......but demand pressures remain subduedBusiness optimism at lowest since November 2016To read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 1/3/19 11:23 am EST

    Transformative technologies lead to shifts in how enterprises function and how individuals live everyday life

    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--From the potential of 5G, to the power of artificial intelligence (AI), our connected lives are being shaped by the convergence of transformative technologies. For its latest complimentary white paper, “The Top Trends of 2019: Powered by Transformative Technology,” leading analysts from business information provider IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO) explore how these technologies are coming together in new and powerful ways,more...
  • 1/2/19 11:33 am EST

    Weakest Improvement in Manufacturing Conditions for Almost Two Years in December

    Key findings:

    • Headline PMI eases to its lowest since January 2017
    • Softer rates of output and new order growth
    • Export sales stagnate at the end of 2018
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Canadian manufacturers experienced a renewed slowdown in growth at the end of 2018, with both production volumes and incoming new work expanding at softer rates than in November. The pace of manufacturing job creation also moderated in December, partly reflecting a drop in business optimism to its weakest since February 2016. At 53.6 in December, down from 54.9 in November, the headline seasonally adjusted IHS Markitmore...
  • 1/2/19 11:30 am EST

    PMI slips to 15-month low in December

    Key findings:

    • Weakest improvement in operating conditions since September 2017
    • New order growth eases to 15-month low
    • Business confidence lowest since October 2016
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--December data indicated a slower, albeit still solid, improvement in the health of the U.S. manufacturing sector. The headline PMI dipped to a 15-month low amid a weaker rise in new business and the joint-softest expansion in output since September 2017. At the same time, the pace of job creation eased to an 18-month low, despite a further rise in backlogs. Notably, business confidence among manufacturers fell again in Decembermore...
  • Paychex IHS Markit Small Business Jobs Index December 2018
    1/2/19 9:30 am EST

    The Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch shows a 0.13 percent decrease in small business job growth and an increase in hourly earnings growth for the month of December 

    The Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch closed the year with a decline in small business job growth and continued, moderate growth in hourly earnings. The Small Business Jobs Index stands at 98.88 in December, down 0.13 percent for the month and 0.82 percent for the year. At $26.95, hourly earnings in December gained 2.42 percent ($0.64) year-over-year and averaged a growth rate of 2.49 percent for 2018. “At 98.88, the Small Business Jobs Index continued its declinemore...
  • 1/2/19 6:23 am EST

    UK manufacturers report near-survey record increases in stock holdings during December

    Key findings:- UK Manufacturing PMI at 54.2 in December (six-month high)- New order and new export order inflows strengthen- Stocks of purchases and finished goods rise sharplyTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 1/2/19 6:18 am EST

    Growth of eurozone manufacturing economy continues to falter

    Key findings:▪ Final Eurozone Manufacturing PMI at 51.4 inDecember (Flash: 51.4, November Final: 51.8)▪ Fall in new work signalled for third monthrunning▪ Confidence about the futureTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 1/1/19 9:08 pm EST

    Production rises slightly in December

    Key PointsRenewed expansion of output......but overall new business falls for first time in two-and-a-half yearsInput costs decline for first time since May 2017To read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...