Owner-operators with hauls tied closely to factory output should see good demand through year-end, based on today’s report from the Institute for Supply Management.
Manufacturing continued growing in October, but at a slower pace than September, according to the Institute for Supply Management.
Manufacturing activity, and the economy in general, kept growing in September, though some related measurements tempered that good news. Wood Products was the leading manufacturing category reporting growth. The monthly analysis comes from the Institute for ...
Factory activity expanded for the 25th consecutive month, and the overall economy grew for the 27th consecutive month.
You might have heard that the stock market just logged its best weekly gain in two years. One major reason was good manufacturing news.
Manufacturing slowed down last month, but it’s still growing.
In ISM indices that measure growth in manufacturing and manufacturing employment, “transportation equipment” was the third fastest growing segment in February.
ISM says production of computers and other electronics led the way for manufacturing, which continued its rebound in November.
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