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Economic Statistics for 31 Aug 15

The Chicago PMI fell -0.3 points in August, to 54.4.  The Dallas Fed manufacturing survey slid deeper into contractionary territory in August, falling from -4.6 to -15.8. Dale’s social media profiles: Twitter | Facebook | Google+

Inventory Grows in Economic Liftoff Anticipation

The Chicago PMI reading came in just shy of the Bloomberg Econoday Estimate of 54.9. The headline for August looks solid, at 54.4 for the Chicago PMI, but the details look weak. New orders and production both slowed and order backlogs fell into deeper contraction. Show More Summary

Chicago PMI falls marginally

Key Midwestern manufacturing gauge slips modestly in August.

Chicago PMI decreases slightly in August

Chicago PMI: August Chicago Business Barometer Down 0.3 Point to 54.4 The Chicago Business Barometer held on to most of July’s gain, falling just a fraction to 54.4 in Augustfrom 54.7 in July. While below the highs seen towards the end...Show More Summary

Chicago PMI Bounce Stalls, "Firms At Risk Of Being Over-Inventoried"

Following this morning's ISM Milwaukee disappointment, missing for the 8th month sof the last 9 (printing 47.67 vs 50.00 exp and hovering at 2 year lows) with production and prices plunging, Chicago PMI just printed a slightly disappointing 54.4 (against expectations of 54.5). Show More Summary

Key Economic Events Of The Coming Busy Week: ISM, ADP, Trade, Producttivity And Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

It's a busy week for the market, and not to mention the Dow Jones-dependent Fed, which will have to parse through reports on Chicago PMI, Construction Spending, ISM (Mfg and Services), ADP, Productivity and Labor Costs, Factory Orders, Trade Balance, and the weekly highlight: Friday's Jobs reports. Show More Summary

Here comes Chicago PMI ... (DIA, SPX, SPY, QQQ, TLT, IWM)

The latest reading on manufacturing activity in the Midwest is set for release at 9:45 am ET. The Chicago manufacturing PMI is expected to come in at a reading of 54.5 in August, down slightly from the 54.7 reading in July, but still...Show More Summary

Chicago PMI increases, Final July Consumer Sentiment at 93.1

Chicago PMI July 2015: July Chicago Business Barometer Up 5.3 Points to 54.7 The Chicago Business Barometer increased 5.3 points to 54.7 in July led by a double digit gain in Production and accompanied by gains in New Orders and theShow More Summary

Midwest economic activity is heating up, but there's one big problem

The Chicago PMI, an indicator of economic activity in the midwest, was much stronger than expected. In July, the headline index jumped to 54.7 from 49.4 in June. Economists were looking for a reading of 50.8. "The recent weakness inShow More Summary

Chicago PMI Jumps To 6-Month Highs As UMich Consumer "Hope" Tumbles To 2015 Lows

It appears Chicago businesses are immune to the vaguaries of the worst quarterly wage growth in US history. Following significant weakness earlier in the year, Chicago PMI surged to 54.7, the second highest in 2015, smashing expectations of a 50.8 print. Show More Summary

Friday: Employment Cost Index, Chicago PMI, Consumer Sentiment

From Tim Duy: Fed Watch: GDP ReportThe second quarter GDP report, while not a blockbuster by any measure, will nudge the Fed further in the direction of a September rate hike. At first blush this might seem preposterous - 2.3% growth is nothing to write home about in comparison to history. Show More Summary

Chicago PMI Prints Worst June Since 2008 As Employment Tumbles

Chicago PMI has now missed 4 of the last 5 months and printed sub-50 contractionary indications for 4 of the last 5 months. June's data improved from May (rising from 46.2 to 49.4) but missed expectations and is the weakest June print since 2008. Show More Summary

Here comes Chicago PMI ...

The latest reading of economic activity in the Midwest region will cross at 9:45 a.m ET. Economists forecast that the Chicago Purchasing Manager Index reads at 50 for June, according to Bloomberg. That's right on the border of expansion...Show More Summary

One Of These Two Is Not "Seasonally-Adjusted" Enough

Once upon a time, the Chicago PMI was the best advance indicator, printing usually some 24 hours in advance, to the ISM's Manufacturing "report on business" seasonally-adjusted survey. Unfortunately, in 2015 this has no longer been the...Show More Summary

Chicago PMI Bounce Is Dead, Crashes Back Near 6 Year Lows

``With the level now back at the same when Lehman hit, New Orders, Production, and Employment all contracted in May.''

Chicago PMI Unexpectedly Crashes: New Orders, Production and Employment Down by More Than 10%

Unexpected Chicago PMI CrashLooking for signs of strength? You will not find them in today's Chicago PMI report.The Bloomberg Consensus estimate was for a 53.1 expansion reading. Instead, the PMI came in at 46.2, well below the bottom...Show More Summary

Chicago PMI Bounce Is Dead, Crashes Back Near 6 Year Lows

Following Milwaukee ISM's plunge to 15-month lows this morning with a plunge in new orders (missing for 4 of last 5 months), Chicago PMI printed a disappointing 46.2 (against expectations of a slight rise to 53.0 from 52.3 last month) - lower than the lowest economist estimate. Show More Summary

Final May Consumer Sentiment at 90.7, Chicago PMI declines Sharply

Click on graph for larger image. The final University of Michigan consumer sentiment index for May was at 90.7, up from the preliminary reading of 88.6, and down from 95.9 in April.This was close to the consensus forecast of 90.0.Chicago...Show More Summary

Here comes Chicago PMI ...

The latest Chicago Purchasing Manager's Index from the Institute of Supply Management will cross at 9:45 a.m. ET. Economists forecast that the index rose to 53 in May, according to Bloomberg. The index rose to 52.3 in April from 46.3 in March. Show More Summary

Friday: Ugly GDP, Chicago PMI, Consumer Sentiment

From Matthew Graham at Mortgage News Daily: Mortgage Rates Microscopically LowerMortgage rates barely budged today. Those that budged moved almost imperceptibly lower from yesterday's latest rate sheets. In general, there was simply very little movement in underlying markets and lenders' rate sheets matched the tone. Show More Summary

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