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Philly FED Manufacturing Index

Philly FED Manufacturing Back to Normal Trend

Starts Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at 19:57
Updated Thursday, October 18, 2018
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Philly FED manufacturing index a leading indicator of economic health - businesses react quickly to market conditions, and changes in their sentiment can be an early signal of future economic activity such as spending, hiring, and investment. Manufacturing posted a jump above the 30 level back in May but it turned bearish during the summer and it fell to 11.9 points in August. Although, this indicator came back to the normal trend in September as it jumped to 22.9 points. This month, this indicator is expected at 19.7 points. Please follow us for live coverage of this event and the impact it might have on the currency by experienced market analysts. 

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About Philly FED Manufacturing Index
The Level of a diffusion index based on surveyed manufacturers in Philadelphia provides a look at the conditions facing the U.S. industrial sector. The metric is derived using an above and below 0 scale. Basic interpretations include a value over 0 being viewed as positive toward the USD and under 0 as negative.A top three global economic power, the United States relies greatly upon domestic manufacturing for economic output. With industrial production accounting for nearly 20% of aggregate GDP, the manufacture of goods is a big part of the U.S. economy. The ISM Manufacturing PMI offers an inside view of the ongoing progress of the manufacturing sector.
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