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2005 U.S. Department Of Commerce Annual Adjustments to Seasonal Factors (part 2)

FOR RELEASE: January 25, 2005

CONTACT: Terri Tracey
  ISM, Media Relations
  Tempe, Arizona
  (800) 888-6276, ext. 3071
  ttracey@ism.ws

U.S. Department Of Commerce Makes Annual Adjustments to Seasonal Factors for ISM Manufacturing PMI and Diffusion Indexes and ISM Non-Manufacturing Diffusion Indexes
Revised Non-Manufacturing Seasonally-Adjusted Indexes 1997-2004
    Business
Activity
New
Orders
Employment Prices
Jul 1997 59.1 58.6 54.0 51.2
Aug 1997 62.6 60.3 53.9 53.8
Sep 1997 58.5 59.0 53.1 53.1
Oct 1997 63.0 60.6 51.2 53.4
Nov 1997 59.9 59.7 56.2 55.0
Dec 1997 57.1 58.5 55.0 55.1
           
Jan 1998 61.7 57.2 54.9 52.4
Feb 1998 58.9 58.9 54.5 51.5
Mar 1998 57.0 56.5 54.2 47.6
Apr 1998 58.9 57.5 51.7 46.5
May 1998 61.3 60.1 52.9 46.7
Jun 1998 59.1 55.6 52.6 45.4
Jul 1998 59.2 58.0 52.2 47.2
Aug 1998 52.2 55.4 52.3 48.2
Sep 1998 57.2 55.8 53.6 46.3
Oct 1998 54.4 54.4 53.4 49.5
Nov 1998 53.1 52.6 52.3 47.9
Dec 1998 54.6 53.3 50.8 48.6
           
Jan 1999 58.6 57.4 51.2 47.0
Feb 1999 57.4 56.4 51.9 45.4
Mar 1999 59.9 59.3 51.3 48.6
Apr 1999 59.9 58.5 52.1 51.3
May 1999 57.6 56.3 52.8 52.2
Jun 1999 58.3 59.6 55.5 53.1
Jul 1999 61.4 57.9 53.7 58.0
Aug 1999 60.0 59.9 52.4 59.1
Sep 1999 59.2 60.1 51.4 64.3
Oct 1999 61.2 61.7 51.9 59.0
Nov 1999 55.3 55.4 50.3 61.8
Dec 1999 60.5 61.0 52.8 60.5
Jan 2000 57.2 60.6 52.2 61.4
Feb 2000 58.3 58.9 52.4 66.4
Mar 2000 61.4 62.6 55.3 68.5
Apr 2000 61.3 61.1 54.5 65.0
May 2000 59.4 60.4 53.3 63.0
Jun 2000 60.7 59.3 54.5 64.8
Jul 2000 57.1 59.6 51.0 62.4
Aug 2000 60.9 60.3 54.4 59.2
Sep 2000 60.3 60.6 53.4 62.4
Oct 2000 59.2 58.9 54.4 63.7
Nov 2000 58.0 56.3 54.3 61.8
Dec 2000 57.1 54.9 52.2 63.7
           
Jan 2001 51.9 50.7 51.7 61.9
Feb 2001 51.6 51.4 50.2 58.1
Mar 2001 51.0 52.8 50.0 55.9
Apr 2001 48.4 46.7 46.7 53.9
May 2001 47.4 49.3 46.3 56.9
Jun 2001 52.0 52.3 45.8 54.3
Jul 2001 48.6 47.5 46.9 50.1
Aug 2001 47.1 47.0 45.9 48.9
Sep 2001 50.2 51.2 46.1 50.6
Oct 2001 41.0 41.1 43.7 43.5
Nov 2001 48.4 46.2 44.4 42.0
Dec 2001 50.1 50.0 44.5 42.6
           
Jan 2002 49.0 48.1 44.5 48.9
Feb 2002 57.4 56.3 43.4 47.8
Mar 2002 58.4 56.4 46.0 49.3
Apr 2002 56.6 57.3 48.1 53.6
May 2002 59.7 57.4 48.8 52.8
Jun 2002 56.8 56.6 44.4 52.7
Jul 2002 52.6 50.8 46.6 60.8
Aug 2002 51.5 52.4 47.4 54.9
Sep 2002 55.4 55.2 46.5 54.2
Oct 2002 54.0 52.1 46.2 56.8
Nov 2002 55.7 56.2 46.0 59.1
Dec 2002 54.4 54.2 47.0 57.2
           
Jan 2003 53.4 54.0 50.2 57.3
Feb 2003 54.3 53.7 48.6 59.5
Mar 2003 47.9 49.8 48.5 59.4
Apr 2003 52.6 50.8 48.5 55.0
May 2003 54.7 56.3 48.7 49.2
Jun 2003 60.3 57.4 49.7 51.7
Jul 2003 63.1 62.5 51.1 52.2
Aug 2003 64.9 67.1 51.5 56.2
Sep 2003 63.4 61.0 49.5 60.4
Oct 2003 65.0 64.2 52.4 58.8
Nov 2003 60.2 61.3 54.5 59.6
Dec 2003 58.9 60.5 54.1 62.1
           
Jan 2004 64.2 63.9 53.7 60.8
Feb 2004 60.8 60.7 53.3 58.0
Mar 2004 64.0 62.4 54.0 64.8
Apr 2004 66.9 63.1 54.3 66.9
May 2004 63.3 61.5 55.5 72.0
Jun 2004 61.1 62.5 56.9 72.9
Jul 2004 63.4 63.8 50.2 72.4
Aug 2004 59.3 59.8 53.0 70.1
Sep 2004 58.7 60.1 54.5 68.8
Oct 2004 61.5 61.9 55.4 74.0
Nov 2004 61.9 60.4 54.9 73.2
Dec 2004 63.9 61.3 55.0 73.6


Charts Illustrating Former and Revised Indexes

2005 Seasonal Adjustment Table: Manufacturing PMI

2005 Seasonal Adjustment Table: Non-Manufacturing Business Activity

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