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Final U.S. Markit PMI unchanged in March at 55.5

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
The final Markit PMI for the U.S. in March was unchanged at 55.5, down from 57.1 in February
Still, any reading over 50 in the purchasing managers index indicates growth
In March, the output or production index totaled 57.5, little changed from the prior month
New orders dipped to 58.1 from 59.6 and employment fell to 53.9 from 54.1 in February
The slight dropoff in the March PMI comes after the Markit index rose in February to the highest level in almost four years, helped by manufacturers catching up after winter-related softness in January

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geniopolis.net dijo...

Gasto en construcción (Mensualmente) 0,1% 0,1% -0,2%

USD Índice ISM manufacturero 53,7 54,0 53,2

USD ISM Empleo Manufacturero 51,1 52,8 52,3

USD Optimismo Económico IBD/TIPP 48,0 46,3 45,1

USD Precios de ISM manufacturero 59,0 60,0 60,0

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - U.S. manufacturing companies expanded in March at a slightly faster pace compared to the prior month, a survey of executives found. The Institute for Supply Management said its manufacturing index rose to 53.7% from 53.2% in February. That was a touch less the 53.9% forecast of economists surveyed by MarketWatch. Still, readings over 50% indicate more companies are expanding instead of shrinking. The employment gauge dropped 1.2 points to 51.1%, but the ISM's new-orders index edged up to 55.1% from 54.5%, and production surged to 55.9% from 48.2%, marking the best performance in 2014. Fourteen of the industries tracked by ISM reported growth last month while four recorded a decline.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- A gauge of Chicago-area businesses tumbled in March, hitting the lowest level since August, led by drops for new orders and employment, according to data released Monday. The Chicago purchasing-managers index fell to 55.9 in March, down 3.9 points from February. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected a March index reading of 60. Results over 50 indicate an expansion from the prior month.

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Pedidos industriales, excluido el transporte (Mensualmente) 0,7% -0,1%

USD Peticiones a fábrica (Mensualmente) 1,6% 1,2% -1,0%

USD Cambio del empleo no agrícola ADP 191K 195K 178K