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US ISM manufacturing index for June 53.0 vs. 54.9 expected

  • Before was 56.1
  • Price paid 78.5 vs. 81.0 estimate. Last month 82.2
  • Employment 47.3 vs. 49.6 last month
  • New orders 49.2vs. 55.1 last month
  • Production 54.9 vs. 54.2 last month
  • Stocks 56.0 vs. 55.9 last month
  • Order book 53.2 vs. 58.7 last month
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Selected comments:

  • “Order backlog is strong, but incoming orders are slowing this month.”
  • “Ocean freight costs are finally starting to come down a bit.”
  • “Our suppliers are experiencing a slowdown in orders. We are still racing at the same high level we have achieved throughout 2021 and early 2022.”
  • “Business is still stable. Some customers postpone orders because they have too much inventory. We’re able to fill push orders from customers who want theirs sooner, so we don’t lose capacity. »
  • “We hear from customers that their inventory is high and sales are down. We expect orders to decline in the coming months until inventories are properly leveled against demand. »
  • “Orders and production remain strong, but the availability of materials is holding us back. I can’t run enough hours to eat in the backlog.

There is an industry bifurcation in these comments, with some seeing falling orders while others continue to operate as fast as they can.


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