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Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 41 states in March

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for March 2015. In the past month, the indexes increased in 41 states, decreased in four, and remained stable in five, for a one-month diffusion index of 74. Show More Summary

Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 46 states in February

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for February 2015. In the past month, the indexes increased in 46 states, decreased in one, and remained stable in three, for a one-month diffusion index of 90. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Positive, but New Orders Stall, Backlog of Orders Contracts, Prices Contract; Why the Optimism?

As typical, there is not much to cheer about in the latest Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Survey.The index is hovering above zero where it has been for months. That's about as good as it gets.April vs. MarchNew orders are weak and shipments while shipments dipped into contraction. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Manufacturing Survey increased to 7.5 in April

Earlier from the Philly Fed: April Manufacturing Survey Manufacturing activity in the region increased modestly in April, according to firms responding to this month’s Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey. Indicators for general activity and new orders were positive but remained at low readings. Show More Summary

Philly Fed: Modest Manufacturing Growth in April, but With Lingering Challenges

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said that manufacturing activity picked up a bit in April after softening over theRead the Rest...

Philly Fed Limps Higher After "Weather" Crash, New Orders Tumble To 2 Year Lows

After crashing from November to January (oh that's just weather), the Philly Fed factory index has failed to do anything but limp higher in the last 3 months. Printing at 7.5 in April (slightly better than the expected 6.0, Philly Fed continues to hover around 1 year lows. Show More Summary

Here comes the Philly Fed ...

The latest reading on regional manufacturing activity from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve is set for release at 10:00 am ET. Expectations are for the report to show a reading of 6, up from 5 in March, indicating continued expansion in economic activity in the region. We'll be back with the live numbers when they hit. Join the conversation about this story »

Thursday: Housing Starts, Unemployment Claims, Philly Fed Mfg

From Matthew Graham at Mortgage News Daily: Mortgage Rates Having Trouble Moving LowerMortgage rates were unchanged to slightly higher today, though that depends largely on the individual strategies of the lender in question. Some lenders recalled rate sheets yesterday and raised rates due to afternoon market weakness. Show More Summary

Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 46 states in January

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for January 2015. In the past month, the indexes increased in 46 states, decreased in two, and remained stable in two, for a one-month diffusion index of 88. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Growth Trends Lower 4th Month: Prices, Shipments, Workweek Negative

As has been the case with nearly every economic report for months on end, the Philly Fed Consensus Estimate disappointed to the downside. Slow growth with weakness in orders is the common thread for both the Empire State report, released...Show More Summary

Philly Fed Signals Worst Margin Compression Since Lehman

With markets pricing in nothing but a "permanent plateau of margins," it appears the Philly Fed is about to ruin that meme too... Thanks to the collapse of the Prices Received (and Prices Paid) indices, margins are now implicitly the lowest since Lehman. Show More Summary

Philly Fed: Modest Manufacturing Growth in the District in March

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said that manufacturing activity has expanding modestly in March. The composite index of generalRead the Rest...

Philly Fed Suffers Worst Run In 3 Years, All Sub-Indices Collapse

Philly Fed hasn't missed for 4 months in a row since Feb 2012. Printing at 5 (against expectations of 7) the March Philly Fed data is the weakest since Feb 2014. Under the covers it was even uglier... Employees, Average Workweek, New Orders, Prices Received, and Shipments all plunged. Show More Summary

Philly Fed Manufacturing Survey declines to 5.0 in March

From the Philly Fed: March Manufacturing Survey Manufacturing activity in the region increased at a modest pace in March, according to firms responding to this month’s Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey. The survey’s current indicators for general activity and new orders were positive and remained near their low readings in February.... Show More Summary

Philly Fed misses expectations

The March report on manufacturing activity from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve missed expectations. The latest reading from the Philly Fed came in at 5.0, roughly in-line with February's reading and below what Wall Street economists were looking for. Show More Summary

Thursday: Unemployment Claims, Philly Fed Mfg

From Tim Duy: Yellen Strikes a Dovish ToneThe FOMC concluded its two-day meeting today, and the results were largely as I had anticipated. The Fed took note of the recent data, downgrading the pace of activity from "solid" to "moderated." They continue to expect inflation weakness to be transitory. Show More Summary

Schedule for Week of March 15, 2015

The key economic report this week is February housing starts on Tuesday.For manufacturing, the February Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization report, and the March NY Fed (Empire State), and Philly Fed surveys, will be released this week. Show More Summary

Meet The Philly Fed's New President (No, He Didn't Work At Goldman)

With Philly Fed's 10th president, Charles Plosser retiring effective March 1, 2015, algos were wondering if he would be replaced with another former Goldman partner, or if his seat would be filled with yet another academic. The answer, as the Philly Fed reported moments ago, is the latter. Show More Summary

Turmoiling Markets Leave Stocks Red, Crude Green, Greeks Blue

Summing up today... "Nein" - Germans to Greece; "Nein" - Greece to Germany; "Nein" - hiring in Texas; "Nein" - Philly Fed 'hope'; "Nein" - crude production and inventories hit record highs It's madness... The US equity market is trading like a penny stock... Show More Summary

Philly Fed: Manufacturing Activity Expanded at a Slightly Slower Pace in February

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said that manufacturing activity expanded at a slightly slower pace in February than inRead the Rest...

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