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ISM Non-Manufacturing Index

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The Institute for Supply Management is well known for its ISM Manufacturing Survey. Economic indicators that result from this survey (ISM Manufacturing PMI Index, Manufacturing inventories index, Manufacturing production index...) are available here ISM Manufacturing PMI Index.

The ISM Non-manufacturing report is another report released by the Institute for Supply Management. It is based on purchasing and supply executives (more than 370) responses to several questions on the expectations for future production, inventories, employment...

ISM Non-manufacturing is used to gauge business conditions in non-manufacturing industries. The ISM Nonmanufacturing report has less market impact than the ISM manufacturing because the non-manufacturing industry is more cyclical and predictable.

There are 11 indexes available in this report: NMI Composite Index (This is the same as the PMI Index released in the ISM manufacturing report), Business Activity (This is the most important indicator), New Orders, Supplier Deliveries, Employment, Inventories, Prices, Backlog of Orders, New Export Orders, Imports, and Inventory Sentiment.

The current item downloads historical data for five indexes: Business Activity Index, NMI Composite Index, Supplier Deliveries Index, New Orders Index and Employment Index.
The ISM Non-manufacturing data is seasonally adjusted and updated once a month. It spans from July 1997 to present for all indices but the NMI Composite Index. Data for the NMI composite index spans from January 2008 to present.

The following are the ISM Non-manufacturing indices' symbol name:
^ISM_Nonman_Business_Activity
^ISM_Nonman_NMI_Composite
^ISM_Nonman_New_Orders
^ISM_Nonman_Employment
^ISM_Nonman_Supplier_Deliveries

They are automatically created by this downloader.

A similar survey exists in Canada; it is conducted by the Richard Ivey School of Business and the Purchasing Management Association of Canada. Ivey PMI Index - Canada lets you download historical data for the Ivey PMI or Ivey Purchasing Managers Index and for four other indices.


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