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Regional Business Survey Reports - September 2013


Region Economy Main Index Comments

Austin Expanding 54.4 Local PMI moves upward into expansion mode.

Boston Contracting 37.5 PMI continues to contract.

Buffalo     This month's regional report was not available at the time of posting. Up-to-date regional reports may later become available at the affiliate website.

Chicago Expanding 55.7 Business Barometer continues to expand, increasing 2.7 percentage points from August.

Cincinnati Expanding 53.1 Local PMI continues to expand, but at a slower rate than in August.

Denver (Mfg.) Contracting 43.4 Manufacturing economy continues to contract in September.

Denver (Non-mfg.)     Overall PMI number for local area not available for September due to insufficient panel responses.

Houston Expanding 60.8 PMI continues to reflect a strong local economy.

Mid-American States Expanding 54.8 PMI expands at a slightly faster rate than in August.

New York City Expanding 53.6 New York City business activity expansion slows from August, after registering above 60 percent for two consecutive months.

Northeast Ohio*     This month's regional report was not available at the time of posting. Up-to-date regional reports may later become available at the affiliate website.

Southeast Michigan Expanding 59.9 PMI continues to reflect a strong local economy.

Western Washington Expanding 54.4 Pacific Northwest economic growth remains steady.

* Barometer readings above "0" indicate that the manufacturing sector of the economy is generally expanding.



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Comments:
Jack Bishop, May 04, 2014


Posting this data is useful, but this data is 7 months behind the current report, significantly reducing the value to business professionals.