IHS News Releases - Automotive

Automotive

  • 11/6/19 12:01 am EST

    Shale production—the engine driving rapid growth in recent years—is entering a “new era of moderation” in growth as producers focus on greater capital discipline and shareholder returns

    HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--U.S. shale production—the chief source of rapid growth that made the United States the world’s largest oil producer—is slowing down fast, says a new report by IHS Markit, (NYSE: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions. The new IHS Markit outlook for oil market fundamentals for 2019-2021 expects total U.S. production growth to be 440,000 barrels per day (b/d) in 2020 before essentially flattening out in 2021. Modest growth is expectedmore...
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  • 11/5/19 7:42 pm EST

    Japanese service sector output declines for first time in over three years

    Key Findings:Business activity drops following typhoon and sales tax riseBoth input and output price inflation jump upNew order growth eases to 17-month lowTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
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  • 11/5/19 8:00 am EST
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IHS Markit (NYSE: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, today announced that three of its executive leaders will present at the J.P. Morgan Ultimate Services Investor Conference in New York City on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at approximately 10:30 a.m. EST. The executive leaders include: Lance Uggla, chairman and CEO Todd Hyatt, executive vice president and chief financial officer Jonathan Gear, president - resources,more...
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  • 11/4/19 9:40 pm EST

    Business activity falls at fastest pace in over 21 years

    Key findings:Private sector downturn deepensFall in new business the sharpest since start of 2009Growing pessimism among firmsTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
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  • 11/4/19 9:14 pm EST

    Composite output growth edges up to six-month high in October

    Key pointsSolid rate of manufacturing output growth contrasts with only marginal rise in services activityComposite employment falls for first time in three monthsOutstanding business at the composite level increases at the quickest rate since March 2011To read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
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  • 11/1/19 11:00 am EDT

    PMI rises to six-month high in October

    Key findings:

    • Modest improvement in operating conditions as PMI rises to 51.3
    • Faster upturns in output, new orders and employment
    • Output prices broadly unchanged
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The U.S. manufacturing sector saw a further modest improvement in operating conditions in October, supported by faster expansions in output and new business. Rates of growth in both production and new orders accelerated to six-month highs. Subsequently, employment rose at the quickest pace since May and business confidence picked up to a four-month high. Meanwhile, rates of input price and output charge inflation softened and remained subdued, with selling pricesmore...
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  • 11/1/19 10:30 am EDT

    Sharpest rise in production volumes since February 

    Key findings:

    • Modest growth of output and incoming new work
    • Employment increases at a slower pace in October
    • Cost inflation picks up from September's 86-month low
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--October data signalled a modest improvement in business conditions across the Canadian manufacturing sector, driven a sustained rebound in output and new business levels. At 51.2 in October, up from 51.0 in September, the seasonally adjusted IHS Markit Canada Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index® (PMI®) posted above the crucial 50.0 no-change value for the second month running. The latest reading was the highest since February, but signalled only a marginalmore...
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  • 10/31/19 9:50 pm EDT

    Operating conditions improve at quickest pace since February 2017

    Key Points:New orders expand at quickest rate since January 2013Output growth accelerates to solid paceEmployment declines again; outstanding work rises furtherTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
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  • 10/31/19 9:34 pm EDT

    PMI falls to 40-month low amid strong deterioration in demand

    Key findings:Japanese manufacturers under pressure amid weaker demandProduction falls for tenth month in a rowFirms reduce output charges in bid to stimulate salesTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
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  • 10/31/19 8:15 am EDT

    Operations and maintenance wind technicians in high demand

    HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--United States wind operations and maintenance (O&M) annual spending is expected to increase to more than $7.5 billion by 2030, a 50% increase above 2018 spending, according to a new report by IHS Markit (NYSE:INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions. According to the IHS Markit 2019 Wind Power Plant Benchmarking in North America: Technological Advancements for Operations and Maintenance, the forecasted increase in O&M spendingmore...
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