Data Round-Up: Manufacturing Still Struggling Amid Inventory Excesses

posted by Michael Lewis on November 30, 2015

Found in US, categorized in Macro

Tags: FMI michael lewis Chicago Purchasing Managers’ Index

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In light of soft regional manufacturing surveys, particularly today’s Chicago PM, tomorrow’s national PMI may slip below 50, the break-even point, for the first time in three years.


FMI’s analysis of the November Chicago Purchasing Managers’ Index (and other Regional Surveys)

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