IHS News Releases - Automotive


  • 7/16/19 6:00 am EDT

    New mobile performance report shows all major carriers’ speeds improve as widespread 5G deployments near

    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- RootMetrics by IHS Markit, the standard for mobile performance benchmarking, today released its 1st Half 2019 US Review of the Mobile Landscape, providing the most comprehensive picture of mobile network performance available. In the twelfth edition of its semi-annual report, the mobile analytics firm released its national results for the first half of 2019, as well as a summary of network performance across all 50 states and the 125 most populated metropolitan areasmore...
  • 7/9/19 9:00 am EDT

    New mobile performance reports show speeds in Dallas outpace those in Austin, Houston and San Antonio

    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dallas is primed to be a hotbed for 5G innovation with AT&T, Sprint and Verizon all targeting the city for early rollouts of 5G service. As preparations for 5G continue, recent Metro RootScore Reports from RootMetrics by IHS Markit, the standard for mobile performance benchmarking, reveal that Dallas is already outpacing Austin , Houston and San Antonio when it comes to data speeds. In addition to providing a detailed look at individual carriermore...
  • 7/3/19 6:49 am EDT

    Service sector output close to stagnation in June

    Key findings: Business activity rises only fractionally in JuneJobs growth picks up, despite weak demandStrong increase in input costsTo read the release in its entirety, click here  more...
  • 7/2/19 11:48 pm EDT

    Manufacturing slowdown drags business activity growth down to eight-month low

    Key points:Manufacturing output falls, as service sector business activity increases modestlyNew business rises only marginallyBusiness confidence weakens to new record lowTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 7/2/19 11:43 pm EDT

    Solid output growth sustained in Japanese service sector

    Key findings:Business activity grows amid increased salesInflationary pressures easeBusiness confidence remains in line with year-to-date averageTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 7/2/19 10:30 am EDT

    Production falls at fastest pace for three-and-a-half years

    Key findings:

    Further declines in output and incoming new work

    Survey-record reduction in backlogs of work

    Input cost pressures remain much weaker than in 2018

    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June data signalled another difficult month for the Canadian manufacturing sector, with falling volumes of new work contributing to the sharpest drop in production for three-and-a-half years. Survey respondents commented on more subdued economic conditions in both domestic and export markets, alongside a drag on sales from global trade frictions. At 49.2 in June, the headline seasonally adjusted IHS Markit Canada Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index® (PMI®)more...
  • June 2019 Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch
    7/2/19 8:30 am EDT

    The Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch shows small business job growth declined 1.09 percent year-over-year; Hourly earnings growth rose for the third consecutive month

    The Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch for June shows slowing small business job growth accompanied by continued steady wage growth, together indications of an increasingly tight labor market. The national jobs index fell 0.45 percent from the previous month to 98.32 in June. Conversely, with a three-month annualized growth rate near three percent, hourly earnings growth during the past quarter is the strongest since 2017. Hourly earnings growth rose to 2.65 percent ($0.70)more...
  • 7/1/19 10:30 am EDT

    New orders return to growth territory in June

    Key findings:

    • Modest upturns in output and new business
    • Employment expands at slowest rate since August 2016
    • Inflationary pressures remain muted
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June data signalled a further near-stagnation of operating conditions across the U.S. manufacturing sector. The rate of overall growth held close to May's near-decade low. On a positive note, the rate of output growth quickened slightly amid a renewed rise in new orders. However, in line with muted increases in output, firms reined in staff hiring, expanding workforce numbers at the slowest pace for almost three years. Subsequently, output expectations remained subduedmore...
  • 7/1/19 9:30 am EDT

    Eurozone manufacturing sector remains in contraction during June

    Key findings:▪ Final Eurozone Manufacturing PMI at 47.6 in June (Flash: 47.8, May Final: 47.7)▪ Ongoing falls in output and new orders weigh on sector during June▪ Input prices down as delivery times shorten to greatest degree in a decade To read the release in its entirety, click here.more...
  • 7/1/19 1:02 am EDT

    Softer manufacturing conditions continue in June

    Key Findings: Output and new work fall at fastest rates since MarchSubdued export demand amid US-China trade tensionsFactory gate prices decline for first time since December 2016To read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...