The Fed - Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization - G.17. Current Release PDF ASCII RSS DDP Release Date: May 16, 2017 Industrial production advanced 1.0 percent in April for its third consecutive monthly increase and its largest gain since February 2014.
Manufacturing output rose 1.0 percent as a result of widespread increases among its major industries. ISM - ISM Report On Business® Not a member?
Create Account keep me logged in forgot your password? (cancel) login Institute for Supply Management Home ISM Report On Business® Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) An aggregate of eight labor-market indicators that shows underlying trends in employment conditions.
Data series: 1973 – present. 10 Apr. 2017 Download complete press release Download the National Historical Table. Solid Job Growth Expected in the Coming Months The Conference Board Employment Trends Index™ (ETI) increased in March, after a sharp increase in February. “The Employment Trends Index continued to expand in March, suggesting that solid job growth will continue through the spring,” said Gad Levanon, Chief Economist, North America, at The Conference Board. Consumer Price Index (CPI) The Consumer Price Indexes (CPI) program produces monthly data on changes in the prices paid by urban consumers for a representative basket of goods and services.
Announcements IMPORTANT The CPI Detailed Report will cease publication after June 2017. The June 2017 version of the report, which will be published in July 2017, will be the final publication of this document. Customers are encouraged to obtain CPI data from the CPI databases or the Supplemental Files. Each year with the release of the January CPI, seasonal adjustment factors are recalculated to reflect price movements from the just-completed calendar year. Next Release: April 2017 CPI data are scheduled to be released on May 12, 2017, at 8:30 A.M.
CPI News Releases CPI for all items falls 0.3% in March; index excluding food and energy falls 0.1% Prices - Inflation (CPI) Inflation measured by consumer price index (CPI) is defined as the change in the prices of a basket of goods and services that are typically purchased by specific groups of households.
Inflation is measured in terms of the annual growth rate and in index, 2010 base year with a breakdown for food, energy and total excluding food and energy. Inflation measures the erosion of living standards. A consumer price index is estimated as a series of summary measures of the period-to-period proportional change in the prices of a fixed set of consumer goods and services of constant quantity and characteristics, acquired, used or paid for by the reference population. Each summary measure is constructed as a weighted average of a large number of elementary aggregate indices.
Databases, Tables & Calculators by Subject. ISG Index™ The ISG Index™ provides a quarterly review of the latest sourcing industry data and trends for clients, service providers, analysts and the media.
For more than a decade, it has been the authoritative source for marketplace intelligence related to outsourcing transaction structures and terms, industry adoption, geographic prevalence and service provider performance. D&B U.S. Business Economic Trends, Health Index. A monthly report on business-related economic trends December 2016 Report Dun & Bradstreet's U.S.
Economic Health Tracker is a monthly, multi-dimensional review of the health of the economy. Read and download the latest report for key insight on small business, jobs, and overall business performance. Come back regularly for new updates, published the Tuesday prior to the first Friday of each month. Perspectives This month, Dun & Bradstreet’s Tracker presents some optimism for the small business community as the Small Business Health Index (SBHI) inched up supported by most major sectors and driven largely by improving credit card delinquencies. In summary, the December Tracker provides some assurance of growth balanced as the SBHI rebounds on a month-to-month basis while the OBHI remains near low levels of risk.
Methodology. Ecoindglpmi. Gallup Topic. Supply Chain Index — Supply Chain Insights. The Supply Chain Index™ is designed to be used as a ranking system and benchmarking tool.
It enables companies to better understand the relationship between supply chain and financial (market capitalization) performance and to define what metrics correlate strongly with market capitalization growth. In addition, the Index enables us to identify if there are metrics that matter to a supply chain but not to a market capitalization perspective. What industries or companies have the strongest relationship between supply chain and market capitalization and what can we learn from them?
Can supply chain performance in one year help to predict market capitalization trends in the future? These questions and many, many more are useful in increasing our understanding of supply chain excellence and at a practical level, serving as benchmarks for understanding what success looks like in your supply chain. Services producer price index overview - Statistics Explained. Data from January 2016.
Most recent data: Further Eurostat information, Main tables and Database. - Planned update of the article: July 2016. Interactive currency-comparison tool: The Big Mac index. Commercial Property Price Indices. Register for CPPI Reports Repeat-sales, transaction-based indices that objectively measure the change in commercial property prices for markets in the US and UK with coverage quickly expanding around the globe.
Moody's/RCA CPPI™ This suite of 20 US National level indices are a subset of the RCA CPPI™ exclusively co-branded with Moody’s Investors Services. Published monthly, the Moody’s/ RCA CPPI™ are calculated by Moody’s and based on Real Capital Analytics data. Price Charts on VIX.