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Chicago PMI 'Steady' At 18-Month Highs Despite Drop In Production, New Orders

After its heroic "7 standard deviation beat" bounce in June, Chicago PMI dropped modestly in July from 56.8 to 55.8 (better than the expected 54.0). The stability in the headline print (at 18-month highs) amid tumbling GDP is odd given that production, new orders, and order backlogs all declined in July. Show More Summary

Chicago PMI declines in July, Final July Consumer Sentiment at 90.0

Chicago PMI: July Chicago Business Barometer Down 1 Point to 55.8 The MNI Chicago Business Barometer fell 1 point to 55.8 in July from the 1½-year high of 56.8 in June, led by a fall in New Orders. Smaller declines were seen in Production...Show More Summary

Chicago PMI falls less than expected

The Chicago purchasing manager's index for July slipped to 55.8 in July. Economists had forecast that the business barometer fell to 54 from 56.8 during the month, according to Bloomberg. It remained above 50, the border between expansion...Show More Summary

Friday: Q2 GDP, Chicago PMI, Consumer Sentiment

Note: As part of the GDP release tomorrow, the BEA will also release the annual revision. From the BEA: The annual revision of the national income and product accounts, covering the first quarter of 2013 through the first quarter of 2016, will be released along with the "advance" estimate of GDP for the second quarter of 2016 on July 29. Show More Summary

UChicago to Support NIH Million-Person Precision Medicine Study

The University of Chicago is one of three Illinois academic institutions that will work together to help launch President Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) Cohort Program to enroll 1 million or more participants in a national research effort designed to find better ways to prevent and treat disease based on lifestyle, environment and genetics.

Chicago PMI rose in June to highest level since January 2015

The PMI Chicago Business Barometer rose 7.5 points to 56.8 in June from 49.3 in May, the highest since January 2015, led by strong gains in New Orders and Production. READ MORE

Chicago PMI increased in June

Chicago PMI: June Chicago Business Barometer Up 7.5 Points to 56.8 The MNI Chicago Business Barometer rose 7.5 points to 56.8 in June from 49.3 in May, the highest since January 2015, led by strong gains in New Orders and Production.June’s...Show More Summary

Economic Statistics for 23 Jun 16

New home sales fell -6.0% in May to a 551,000 annual rate. The Chicago Fed National Activity Index fell to -0.51 in May, from the previous month’s 0.10. The 3-month moving average fell to -0.36. The PMI Manufacturing Index Flash rose from 50.5 to 51.4 in June. The Conference Board’s index of leading economic indicators fell […]

Chicago PMI Slumps Back Into Contraction; Election Blamed

Having wavered around the magical '50' level for much of the last year, bouncing off December plunge lows, Chicago PMI printed below expectations of 50.5 at a contractionary 49.3 - the 6th month of contraction in the last 12 months.Show More Summary

Tuesday: Personal Income and Outlays, Case-Shiller House Prices, Chicago PMI

Tuesday:• At 8:30 AM ET, Personal Income and Outlays for April. The consensus is for a 0.4% increase in personal income, and for a 0.7% increase in personal spending. And for the Core PCE price index to increase 0.2%.• At 9:00 AM, S&P/Case-Shiller House Price Index for March. Show More Summary

Chicago PMI declines in April, Final April Consumer Sentiment at 89.0

Chicago PMI: April Chicago Business Barometer Down 3.2 Points to 50.4 The Chicago Business Barometer decreased 3.2 points to 50.4 in April from 53.6 in March led by a fall in New Orders and a sharp drop in Order Backlogs. It marks aShow More Summary

Chicago PMI misses expectations

Business activity in Chicago is still expanding, but at a slower pace. The MNI/ISM purchasing manager's index (PMI) for April came in at 50.4, down from 53.6 in March. Economists had forecast a PMI of 52.6, according to Bloomberg. AShow More Summary

Friday: Personal Income and Outlays, Chicago PMI, Consumer Sentiment

From Merrill Lynch on April NFP: Nonfarm payroll growth likely posted a solid 200,000 in April, driven once more by service-providing firms. Of this, government hiring likely contributed 5,000, which is a more modest clip than the 20,000 pop in March....We look for the unemployment rate to hold at 5.0%, assuming the participation rate holds steady. Show More Summary

ISM New York Drops To September Lows As All Components Decline; Employment Plunges

While last week's Chicago's PMI staged a strong bounce from its recent contraction and back into expansion, New York did not. ISM New York just printed at 50.4, just barely above the contraction point, and the lowest headline print since mid 2015. Show More Summary

Economic Statistics for 31 Mar-1 Apr 16

31 Mar The Gallup Good Jobs (GGJ) rate was 44.4 percent in March.  Challenger reports that the number of layoff announcements fell to 48,207 in March. The Chicago PMI rose from 47.6 to 53.6 in March. Initial weekly jobless claims rose 11,000 to 276,000. The 4-week average rose 3,500 to 263,250. Continuing claims fell -7,000 […]

Chicago PMI Bounces Back But Remains Below January Highs (Thanks To Warm Weather)

Following its demise into contraction in February, Chicago PMI jumped back to 53.6 (expansion) in March which is better than expected but remains below January's 55.5 highs. The last 12 months have seen quite unprecedented noise in this economic barometer and MNI reports respondents saying the recovery is "slow and steady... Show More Summary

Chicago PMI increases to 53.6

Chicago PMI: March Chicago Business Barometer Up 6.0 Points to 53.6 The Chicago Business Barometer increased 6.0 points to 53.6 in March, led by sharp bouncebacks in Production and Employment....The increase in the Barometer was led by a very sharp rise in Production, which followed an even steeper decline in the previous month. Show More Summary

Here comes Chicago PMI ...

The latest reading on business activity in Chicago is set for release at 9:45 a.m. ET. Economists estimate that the purchasing manager's index rose to 50.7 from 47.6 in the prior month, according to Bloomberg. The business barometerShow More Summary

Thursday: Unemployment Claims, Chicago PMI

From Merrill Lynch on March payroll report: The March employment report likely showed another strong month for the labor market. We anticipate a healthy 190,000 gain in nonfarm payrolls, with the private sector contributing 185,000. Job cuts likely continued in the mining sector given low oil prices. Show More Summary

Growing "Signs Of Distress" In US Manufacturing Data Demolish Decoupling Dream

Following the weakness in global PMIs, and yesterday's Chicago PMI collapse, US Markit Manufacturing PMI dropped to cycle lows at 51.3 from 52.5 (very slightly better than expectations of 51.2) with job growth at 5-month lows, production at slowest in 28 months, and work backlogs tumbling to the lowest since Sept 2009. Show More Summary

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