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Global Manufacturing PMI ™

J.P.Morgan - IHS Markit



  Última actualización  
  2 Ago 2019  
   Global  
  Global manufacturing makes weak start to third quarter  
 
Abstracto

The downturn in the global manufacturing sector extended into its third consecutive month in July. Production and new order intakes declined further, as conditions in many domestic markets remained soft and international trade volumes continued to contract. These negative trends filtered through to the labour market, resulting in another round of job losses.

At 49.3 in July, a tick below June’s reading of 49.4, the J.P.Morgan Global Manufacturing PMI™ – a composite index produced by J.P.Morgan and IHS Markit in association with ISM and IFPSM – signalled contraction for the third straight month and fell to its lowest level since October 2012.

Of the 30 nations for which July data were available, 19 had Manufacturing PMIs signalling downturns. China, Japan, Germany, South Korea, Taiwan, France, the UK, Italy and Brazil were among the countries seeing contractions. Although the US and Canada saw expansions, their respective PMI levels (50.4 and 50.2) were only marginally above the neutral 50.0 mark.

Sector data indicated that the downturn was again focussed on the intermediate and investment goods industries. In contrast, the consumer goods category not only continued to register expansion, but also saw a mild improvement in its rate of growth to a three-month high.

Global manufacturing production decreased for the second month running, reflecting a further reduction in new order intakes. International trade volumes contracted for the eleventh month in a row and to the greatest extent since October 2012. Among the largest regions covered by the survey, new export business decreased in China, the US, the euro area, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, the UK, Canada, Russia and Brazil.

July saw manufacturing employment decline for the third straight month. Spare capacity remained available nonetheless, as highlighted by a further decrease in backlogs of work. Holdings of both raw materials and finished goods stocks both decreased, the former partly due to lower levels of input purchasing.

Price inflationary pressure remained contained in the global manufacturing sector in July. Input costs rose only slightly and to the weakest extent during the current 40-month sequence of increase. Average selling prices were unchanged over the month, the first time that output charges have not risen in almost three years.

 

 

 
     
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