IHS News Releases - Automotive


  • 2/6/19 12:01 am EST

    Research led by IHS Markit vice chairman and Pulitzer Prize winner, Daniel Yergin and Energy Futures Initiative Chief Executive Officer and former U.S. Secretary of Energy, Ernest J. Moniz provides an overview of the challenges and opportunities in the U.S. clean energy innovation landscape

    WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A new report on clean energy innovation headed by two of the world’s leading energy experts assesses the state of the clean energy innovation ecosystem in the U.S. and identifies clean energy technologies with the highest breakthrough potential. The report—led by former U.S. Secretary of Energy and Energy Futures Initiative founder, Ernest J. Moniz and IHS Markit vice chairman Daniel Yergin—evaluates ways tomore...
  • 2/5/19 10:30 am EST

    Activity growth accelerates in January

    Key points:▪ Service sector output grows amid rise in demand...▪ ...but export sales decline▪ 12-month outlook remains positiveTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 2/4/19 2:00 pm EST
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, today announced that Jonathan Gear, President of Resources, Transportation and CMS, will present at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 in San Francisco. The presentation is scheduled for approximately 2:40 p.m. Pacific time. A live webcast of the presentation will be available onmore...
  • 2/4/19 9:00 am EST

    Chinese business activity expands at softer pace at start of 2019

    Key points◼ Services activity continues to rise solidly, but manufacturing sector remains subdued◼ New orders rise only slightly, despite rebound in export sales◼ Overall employment stabilisesTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 2/1/19 11:23 am EST

    Output growth picks up to four-month high in January

    Key findings:

    • Production and new orders both rise at sharper rates
    • Pace of employment growth accelerates
    • Input price inflation eases to one-year low
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Overall operating conditions across the U.S. manufacturing sector improved in January, supported by faster expansions in output and new orders. Domestic demand drove new business growth, as new export orders rose only marginally and at the weakest rate since last October. Business confidence about the year ahead also picked up markedly to reach a three-month high. Meanwhile, goods producers increased their workforce numbersmore...
  • 2/1/19 10:45 am EST

    Slowest expansion of manufacturing production since December 2016

    Key findings:

    • Canadian manufacturers signal softer output growth in January
    • Slowest rise in new work for over two years
    • Input prices inflation continues to moderate at start of 2019
    LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Manufacturers in Canada reported another loss of momentum at the start of 2019, with output and new business growth easing further from the peaks seen last summer. Export sales remained particularly subdued in January, with this index pointing to a marginal fall in new work from abroad. On a more positive note, manufacturing companies signalled a robust pace of job creation and slower input cost inflation during themore...
  • 2/1/19 10:00 am EST

    Series-record stockpiling of inputs at UK manufacturers as Brexit preparations continue

    KEY FINDINGS UK Manufacturing PMI at 52.8 in January (3-month low)Stocks of purchases rise at survey-record rateEmployment falls for only the second time in past 30 monthsTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 2/1/19 9:30 am EST

    Eurozone manufacturing sector moves closer to stagnation

    Key findings: ▪ Final Eurozone Manufacturing PMI at 50.5 in January (Flash: 50.5, December Final: 51.4)▪ Output up marginally, but sharpest fall in new work recorded since April 2013▪ Growth sustained via reduction in backlogs and fastest accumulation of stocks in survey history To read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 1/31/19 8:54 pm EST

    Manufacturing sector performance subdued at start of 2019

    Key Points Underlying trend in production weakensExport sales increase slightly, but overall new work softensBusiness confidence at eight-month highTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...
  • 1/31/19 7:48 pm EST

    Output falls for first time in two-and-a-half years

    Key points: Japan Manufacturing PMI hits 29-month lowNew export orders decline at sharpest pace since July 2016Business confidence falls for eighth month runningTo read the release in its entirety, please click here.more...