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Economic Reports Chicago PMI

  • *Official Sept reading is 50.4, same as August. BEIJING, Oct 1- Activity in China's manufacturing sector expanded again in September, an official survey showed on Saturday, which may indicate that recent positive momentum can be sustained. After a significant pick-up in March, China's official PMI slipped, falling below 50 in July before showing expansion in...

  • *Official Sept reading is 50.4, same as August. BEIJING, Oct 1- Activity in China's manufacturing sector expanded again in September, an official survey showed on Saturday, which may indicate that recent positive momentum can be sustained. After a significant pick-up in March, China's official PMI slipped, falling below 50 in July before showing expansion in...

  • BEIJING, Oct 1- Activity in China's services industry expanded in September at a slightly faster pace than the previous month, an official survey showed on Saturday. The official non-manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index stood at 53.7 in September, compared to the previous month's reading of 53.5. China is counting on growth in services to offset...

  • BEIJING, Oct 1- Activity in China's manufacturing sector expanded slightly in September, an official survey showed on Saturday. The official Purchasing Managers' Index stood at 50.4 in September, identical with the previous month's 50.4 and above the 50- point mark that separates growth from contraction on a monthly basis. Analysts polled by Reuters had...

  • Chicago PMI 54.2 for September

    CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest read of the Chicago Purchasing Managers Index.

  • BEIJING, Sept 30- China's factory activity expanded in September as domestic and export orders picked up but the improvement was marginal and manufacturers continued to shed jobs, a private business survey showed on Friday. The Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' index rose to 50.1, in line with analysts' forecasts and slightly higher than...

  • LONDON, Sept 23- Euro zone business activity has expanded at its weakest rate since the start of 2015 this month as growth paths diverged and firms stopped discounting for the first time in a year, surveys showed on Friday. Markit's composite survey showed a big split between buoyant manufacturers and a struggling service sector, and a similar divide in growth...

  • TOKYO, Sept 7- Japanese government bonds rose on Wednesday as they took cues from the U.S. treasury yields, which dropped to two-week lows after downbeat U.S. data. The Institute for Supply Management's non-manufacturing purchasing managers' index fell short of expectations and marked it biggest one-month drop since November 2008, giving the U.S.

  • The dollar was down 0.5 percent at 101.50 yen after dipping as low as 101.245 earlier, its lowest since Aug. 26 and well below last Friday's high of 104.32 yen. The Institute for Supply Management's non-manufacturing purchasing managers' index fell to 51.4 last month, far short of economists' expectations and the largest one-month drop since November 2008,...

  • *New Zealand dollar hits 16- month high after strong dairy auction. The Institute for Supply Management's non-manufacturing purchasing managers' index fell to 51.4 last month, far short of economists' expectations and the largest one-month drop since November 2008. The poor data took the chances for a September rate hike off the table and had implications for...

  • *New Zealand dollar up 1.4 percent after strong dairy auction. The Institute for Supply Management's non-manufacturing purchasing managers' index fell to 51.4 last month, far short of economists' expectations and the largest one-month drop since November 2008. "When you pair that with data we got Friday, which was non-farm payrolls, disappointing some, what it...

  • LONDON, Sept 5- Britain's services industry bounced back strongly last month from a slump triggered by June's vote to leave the European Union, a closely watched survey showed on Monday, reducing the likelihood of a recession. But overall economic growth still looks set to slow sharply, keeping alive the prospect of another Bank of England rate cut before the end...

  • *UK construction PMI tops all forecasts. *PMI adds to signs UK economy holding up after Brexit vote shock. LONDON, Sept 2- Britain's construction industry largely recovered in August from a downturn that started just before June's vote to leave the European Union, according to a survey on Friday that added to signs the economy is stabilizing.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 1- U.S. and European shares slipped on Thursday after a report showing weakness in U.S. manufacturing last month added to uncertainty ahead of Friday's monthly U.S. jobs data, while oil prices tumbled and the dollar dipped. The Institute for Supply Management said its purchasing managers' index fell to 49.4 in August, below expectations of...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 1- U.S. and European shares slipped on Thursday after a report showing weakness in U.S. manufacturing last month added to uncertainty ahead of Friday's monthly U.S. jobs data, while oil prices tumbled and the dollar dipped. The Institute for Supply Management said its purchasing managers' index fell to 49.4 in August, below expectations of...

  • *UK manufacturing PMI jumps to highest since Oct 2015. LONDON, Sept 1- British manufacturing staged one of its sharpest rebounds on record in August, a post-Brexit surprise that could prompt the Bank of England to rethink the need to cut interest rates again if other surveys confirm the trend. The recovery far outstripped all economists' forecasts, delivering the...

  • LONDON, Sept 1- British manufacturing staged one of its sharpest rebounds on record in August as factories recovered from the initial shock of June's vote to leave the European Union, helped by a boost to exports from sterling's post-Brexit slump. Data over the past couple of weeks have shown consumer demand held up in the face of the referendum result and...

  • *Rest of Asia, South Korea PMI slump; others mixed. LONDON/ SINGAPORE, Sept 1- Manufacturers across Asia and Europe showed few signs of returning to health in August, as demand remained fitful at best, although British factories bucked the global trend, surveys showed on Thursday. "The plunge in sterling is boosting the UK's competitiveness, which is helping to...

  • LONDON, Sept 1- British manufacturing staged one of its sharpest rebounds on record in August as factories recovered from the initial shock of June's vote to leave the European Union, helped by a boost to exports from sterling's post-Brexit slump. Data over the past couple of weeks have shown consumer demand held up in the face of the referendum result and...

  • LONDON, Sept 1- British manufacturing staged one of its sharpest rebounds on record in August as factories recovered from the initial shock of June's vote to leave the European Union, helped by a boost to exports from sterling's post-Brexit slump. Data over the past couple of weeks have shown consumer demand held up in the face of the referendum result and...