flash us pmi tumbles to 3 yr low of 509 530 april on the back of marked slowdowns in both manufacturing and s
🇺🇸 Flash US PMI tumbles to 3-yr low of 50.9 (53.0 - April), on the back of marked slowdowns in both manufacturing and services. #PMI consistent with annualised growth of approx. 1.2% in May. Business confidence slumped to lowest since '12. Read more:
s economy lurched back into growth territory in may driven by a revival in services activity according to fla
#Australia 's economy lurched back into growth territory in May, driven by a revival in services activity, according to flash#PMI . Survey indicators were healthy, suggesting that growth could pick up further in coming months. More here:
s manufacturing woes persisted in may according to flash as intensifying trade war fears weighed on sentiment
#Japan 's manufacturing woes persisted in May, according to flash#PMI , as intensifying trade war fears weighed on sentiment. The outlook grew gloomier, with business expectations turning pessimistic for the first time since late-2012. More here:
flash pmi for the euro area showed subdued growth 516 amid stagnant demand inflation moderated as competition
🇪🇺 Flash PMI for the euro-area showed subdued growth (51.6) amid stagnant demand. Inflation moderated as competition limited pricing power, while jobs growth slipped and optimism dipped to a 4-and-a-half yr low. #PMI indicative of ~0.2%q/q growth for Q2.
underlying weakness in germany continued in may although the headline flash rose to 524 522 april jobs growth
🇩🇪 Underlying weakness in Germany continued in May. Although the headline flash #PMI rose to 52.4 (52.2 - April), Jobs growth eased and new orders continued to drop. The service sector continues to provide vital support amid further manufacturing woes.
flash france pmi rises to 6 month high of 513 501 april supported by stronger demand for services and the sub
🇫🇷 Flash France PMI rises ⬆️ to 6-month high of 51.3 (50.1 - April), supported by stronger demand for services and the subsequent growth improvement this brought to activity. Export orders continue to fall, however, and business confidence eased. More:
following some tentative signs that the downturn in s manufacturing sector had softened in april flash data fo
Following some tentative signs that the downturn in #Japan’s manufacturing sector had softened in April, flash #PMI data for May revealed these were short-lived, as output and export orders fell at stronger rates. More here:
uk inflation accelerated 21 in april in line the signal from our data which showed a slight building of price
UK 🇬🇧 inflation accelerated 2.1% in April, in line the signal from our #PMI data, which showed a slight building of price pressures. Survey data has shown fairly stable inflation so far in 2019, but the recent deprecation in £ will provide an unwanted cost-push factor.
headwinds to japan s manufacturing economy remain strong with the re escalation of us china trade tensions wea
headwinds to Japan's manufacturing economy remain strong, with the re-escalation of US-China trade tensions, weakness in global capex spending and a languishing trade cycle. Flash #PMI data for May due Thurs will give us an update. Read our preview here:
eurozone manufacturing pmi to 475 493 feb signalling sharpest downturn for almost 6 yrs germany and italy wer
🇪🇺 Eurozone Manufacturing PMI ⬇️ to 47.5 (49.3 - Feb), signalling sharpest downturn for almost 6 yrs. Germany and Italy were notable contributors to the stronger decline. Demand hit by weakness in domestic and export markets. More: