Institute for Supply Chain Management

Government, Business

Manufacturing Gauge Falls While Price Pressures Ease

Manufacturing Gauge Falls While Price Pressures Ease Welders work on the deck component of a petroleum tanker at the Aker Philadelphia Shipyard. (Bradley C. Bower/Bloomberg)

A measure of U.S. manufacturing fell short of expectations at the end of 2021, reflecting declines in gauges of delivery times and prices that belie an otherwise solid demand picture.

Reade Pickert | Bloomberg News
January 4, 2022
Business

US Manufacturing Improves in July, According to ISM

Metal worker using a grinder A metal worker uses a grinder. For the second straight month, the index was above 50, indicating growth in the manufacturing sector. (Phynart Studio/Getty Images)

U.S. manufacturing improved again in July with a key gauge of activity rising further into expansion territory.

Martin Crutsinger | Associated Press
August 3, 2020
Business, Equipment

Chicago Manufacturing Index Falls in August

Manufacturing activity in the Chicago region grew in August at the slowest pace since November, the Institute for Supply Chain Management-Chicago said Tuesday.

August 31, 2010
Business, Equipment

Chicago Manufacturing Index Rises in July

Manufacturing activity in the Chicago region grew in July, showing expansion for the tenth straight month, the Institute for Supply Chain Management-Chicago said Friday.

July 30, 2010
Business, Equipment

ISM Factory Index Shows Expansion in June

U.S. manufacturing activity showed expansion in June for the 11th straight consecutive month but dropped from may, the Institute for Supply Management said Thursday.

July 1, 2010
Business, Equipment

Chicago Factory Index Slips, But Continues to Show Expansion

Manufacturing activity levels in the Chicago region declined this month but continued to show expansion this month, the Institute for Supply Chain Management-Chicago said Wednesday.

March 31, 2010