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Regional Business Survey Reports - April 2013


Region Economy Main Index Comments
Austin Expanding 51.0 Local PMI moves into expansion mode.
Boston Contracting 31.4 PMI plunges still further into contraction territory, dropping 10.6 percentage points from March's reading.
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 Contracting 49.0 Business Barometer drops 3.4 percentage points, and moves into contraction territory.
Cincinnati     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.
Denver (Mfg.) Expanding 54.2 Manufacturing index soars upward.
Denver (Non-mfg.) Expanding 59.1 Non-Manufacturing economy remains strong, but the index is growing at a slower rate than in March.
Houston Expanding 58.4 PMI continues to reflect a strong local economy.
Mid-American States Expanding 56.8 PMI continues to expand.
Milwaukee Contracting 48.4 Local PMI moves into contraction mode.
New York City Expanding 58.3 New York City business activity expands; six-month outlook is at 64 percent.
Northeast Ohio* Expanding 18.88 The Forecast Index at -25.50 indicates that manufacturing activity should reduce somewhat.
Southeast Michigan Expanding 55.3 PMI remains steady.
Western Washington Expanding 55.8 Pacific Northwest economic growth slows from March.

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



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