PMI

8/5/19 7:11 am EDT

Key findings:

  • Modest increase in service sector output
  • Rebound in new work, helped by export sales
  • Business expectations ease to a four-month low

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8/5/19 7:07 am EDT

Key findings:

▪ Final Eurozone Composite Output Index: 51.5 (Flash: 51.5, June Final: 52.2)
▪ Final Eurozone Services Business Activity Index: 53.2 (Flash: 53.3, June Final: 53.6)

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8/5/19 2:59 am EDT

Key findings: 

  • Modest activity growth sustained in July...
  • ...but new business and employment growth eases
  • Optimism dips to near two-year low

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8/4/19 11:09 pm EDT

Key points

  • Manufacturing sector stabilises, but service sector growth weakens further
  • Total new work expands at a slightly faster pace
  • Optimism regarding future output improves to three-month high

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8/1/19 11:15 am EDT

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--U.S. manufacturing firms signalled only a fractional improvement in business conditions in July, with the headline PMI dropping to its lowest since September 2009. Driving less robust overall growth was a slower increase in production and muted client demand. Although the rate of expansion in new business quickened, it remained historically subdued, with export orders contracting for the second time in the last three months. In line with less robust demand, optimism more...

8/1/19 10:45 am EDT

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Canadian manufacturers signalled another fall in production levels during July, largely reflecting a sustained decrease in new orders. However, the latest drop in output was the least marked since the downturn began in April. Moreover, manufacturers signalled a rebound in business optimism regarding the year ahead outlook and staffing levels picked up for the third month running. At the same time, input cost inflation eased to its weakest for just over six years, which more...

8/1/19 7:33 am EDT

Key findings:

  • UK Manufacturing PMI at 48.0 in July (unchanged)
  • Output, new orders and employment fall again
  • Businesses forecast output to be higher in one year's time

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8/1/19 7:31 am EDT

Key findings:

  • Final Eurozone Manufacturing PMI at 46.5 in July (Flash: 46.4, June Final: 47.6)
  • Output and orders both down markedly as confidence hits lowest since December 2012
  • Sharpest recorded reduction in employment for over six years

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7/31/19 9:50 pm EDT

Key Points:

  • Production stabilises amid slight uptick in new work
  • Employment falls at quickest pace for five months
  • Factory gate prices decline for the first time since January

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7/31/19 9:32 pm EDT

Key findings: 

  • Firms reduce output for seventh successive month
  • Weak domestic and foreign demand persists
  • Output prices cut as firms look to stimulate sales

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7/3/19 6:49 am EDT

Key findings: 

  • Business activity rises only fractionally in June
  • Jobs growth picks up, despite weak demand
  • Strong increase in input costs

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7/2/19 11:48 pm EDT

Key points:

  • Manufacturing output falls, as service sector business activity increases modestly
  • New business rises only marginally
  • Business confidence weakens to new record low

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7/2/19 11:43 pm EDT

Key findings:

  • Business activity grows amid increased sales
  • Inflationary pressures ease
  • Business confidence remains in line with year-to-date average

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7/2/19 10:30 am EDT

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.

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7/1/19 10:30 am EDT

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 subdued more...

7/1/19 9:30 am EDT

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 

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7/1/19 1:02 am EDT

Key Findings: 

  • Output and new work fall at fastest rates since March
  • Subdued export demand amid US-China trade tensions
  • Factory gate prices decline for first time since December 2016

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7/1/19 1:00 am EDT

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, today announced that Jibun Bank, the fast-growing internet bank established in 2008 and jointly funded by KDDI and MUFG Bank, is to sponsor its Japan PMI™ (Purchasing Managers’ Index™) surveys.

Compiled by IHS Markit, the Japan PMI series is based on data collected monthly from around 800 purchasing or other senior managers in Japan and covers both manufacturing and service more...

6/30/19 9:53 pm EDT

Key Points:

  • Output and new work intakes decline for first time since January
  • Renewed reduction in export sales
  • Goods producers cutback input purchasing and payroll numbers

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6/5/19 10:15 am EDT

 Key findings:

▪ Final Eurozone Composite Output Index: 51.8 (Flash: 51.6, April Final: 51.5)

▪ Final Eurozone Services Business Activity Index: 52.9 (Flash: 52.5, April Final: 52.8)

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6/4/19 10:25 pm EDT

Key points:

  • Services activity rises strongly, while manufacturing production broadly stabilises
  • Inflationary pressures remain subdued
  • Business confidence weakens

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6/4/19 8:37 pm EDT

Key points: 

  • Upturn in services activity sustained amid resilient demand
  • Employment rises at solid pace
  • Businesses maintain optimistic outlook

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6/3/19 11:00 am EDT

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6/3/19 10:30 am EDT

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Canada's manufacturing sector saw operating conditions worsen again in May. Production continued to contract amid the sharpest drop in new orders since December 2015. More positively, employment saw a fractional increase after a slight dip in April, whilst input price inflation eased to its slowest rate in over four years.

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6/3/19 8:30 am EDT

Key findings: 

▪ Final Eurozone Manufacturing PMI at 47.7 in May (Flash: 47.7, April Final: 47.9)

▪ Order books and output continue to decline

▪ Lead times for the delivery of inputs 

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