Construction PMI MoM (UK) - Economic Calendar - FX Leaders

Home / Economic Calendar / Construction PMI MoM (UK)

Economic Calendar

Construction PMI MoM (UK)

Construction Suddenly Outperforms Other Sectors

Starts Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at 17:12
Updated Tuesday, December 4, 2018
EVENT ENDED
The construction sector has been steady during summer but in July, it jumped higher suddenly as the report from August showed. We saw this report turn lower in September and October. But in November, this indicator jumped higher suddenly to 53.2 points, unlike other sectors which posted some really soft numbers last month. Is the construction sector going to hold on and keep the expanding trend? Please follow us for live coverage of this event and the impact it might have on the related currency by experienced market analysts.  

<% indicator.indicator_name %>
<% indicator.indicator_value %>
<% ssp.ssp_posted_at |date:"HH:mm" %>
RELATED PAIRS
About Construction PMI MoM (UK)
The Construction PMI report is an index based on a survey carried out by Markit. It is released on a monthly basis, on the second day of business, making it an early release date. The survey is carried out on 170 construction purchasing managers who rate the level of business conditions. It is a broad-based report because it includes prices paid, employment, inventories, supplier deliveries, production and new orders. If the construction PMI comes out above 50, this means that the sector is expanding, below 50 means that the sector is contracting. This is a leading indicator because it is released pretty early and because the purchase managers are very well informed and have a great insight into what companies think about the construction sector and about the overall economy.
Comments

Leave a Reply

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of
OLD EVENTS
<% item.item_scheduled_at | date:'EEEE, d MMMM, yyyy' %>
EVENT ENDED

<% item.item_title %>

Posted by <% item.author.display_name %>

<% indicator.indicator_name %>
<% indicator.indicator_value %>
Related Pairs
<% ssp.ssp_posted_at | date:"HH:mm" %>