WASHINGTON—The latest Manufacturing ISM Report On Business from the Institute for Supply Management indicates the U.S. manufacturing sector grew slightly in November, while the overall economy expanded for an 18th consecutive month.
WASHINGTON—Manufacturing activity in the U.S. remained robust in July, but slowed somewhat compared with previous months due to supply chain strains, reports the Institute for Supply Management in its latest Manufacturing Report on Business Purchasing Managers' Index.
TEMPE, AZ—The monthly Institute for Supply Management’s PMI Index jumped to 60.7 percent in December, marking an eight-month streak of recovery after collapsing in April 2020 at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
TEMPE, AZ — The Institute for Supply Management said Monday that its manufacturing index rose to 54.2 in July, up from 52.6 in June and slightly better than the 54.0 economists surveyed by FactSet expected. July’s reading shows the industrial sector expanded for the third straight month after April’s sharp shutdown-induced contraction.
TEMPE, AZ—The Institute for Supply Management said its manufacturing index rose to 55.3 percent last month from 54.2 percent in February. The latest reading exceeded the MarketWatch forecast of 54.6 percent.
WASHINGTON-—U.S. factory activity rose to the highest level in 13 years last month as hurricanes disrupted supplies but drove up demand for manufactured goods. The Institute for Supply Management said its September manufacturing index rose to 60.8 from 58.8 in August, the highest reading since May 2004.