March US Manufacturing ISM 57.1 vs. 59.0 expected


  • ISM March 2022 Manufacturing Survey

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Friday, 01/04/2022 | 13:58 GMT-0

04/01/2022 | 13:58 GMT-0

ISM Manufacturing PMI US March 2022

  • Before was 58.6
  • commercial activity/production vs. 55.1 last month
  • new orders 53.8 vs. 56.1 last month
  • employment 56.3 vs. 48.5 last month
  • price 87.1 vs. 83.1 last month
  • stocks 55.5 vs. 50.8 last month
  • Customer inventories 34.1 vs. 31.8 last month
  • Order book 60.0 vs. 65.0 last month
  • Supplier deliveries 65.4 vs. 66.1 last month
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The report’s comments highlight the deterioration of supply chains.

  • “No respite yet from supply chain challenges, especially electronic components. Increasingly rely on the broker market. [Computer & Electronic Products]
  • “Customer orders are moving fast in the face of significant price increases as we continue to grapple with issues with inbound supplier service and raw material availability.” [Chemical Products]
  • “Generally, the business environment is slowly improving for aerospace component manufacturers. Supply chain disruptions and ever-longer lead times continue to keep procurement busy. This further entails a reassessment of the current year’s business plan and cost assumptions. [Transportation Equipment]
  • “Global business conditions are difficult in domestic and international transport. The Russian invasion of Ukraine created uncertainty in grain markets, putting upward pressure on prices. In addition, inflationary pressures across all categories made it difficult to manage costs and profitability. » [Food, Beverage & Tobacco Products]
  • “Prices are rising on steel and steel products after a slight decline from last month’s highs. Transportation costs are rising significantly with rising fuel prices. [Machinery]
  • “The order backlog continues to be strong as we are shipping back orders resulting from COVID-19[feminine
  • “Demand remains strong. The backlog continues to grow – currently at around three months of production. The availability of purchased material continues to limit production, resulting in an increasing backlog. [Electrical Equipment, Appliances & Components]
  • “Business continues to be strong, with higher inbound sales, but continuing to struggle with labor and material issues such as availability and inflation
  • “The supply situation is getting worse, with lead times stretching over 12 months, equipment not available and suppliers not quoting or taking orders. The prices are increasing every day. » [Miscellaneous Manufacturing]
  • “The supply chain is still unstable. Although we have seen improvements, there are still many issues to be resolved. » [Primary Metals]

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