U.S. manufacturing added 32,000 jobs in October, with a major gain in transportation employment.
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Orders for durable goods increased in December, paced by a surge in orders for defense aircraft and parts.
Manufacturing returned to economic expansion in January, helped by gains in new orders and production, the Institute for Supply Management said today.
Machine tool orders surged in December as customers put in orders they had delayed, AMT – The Association for Manufacturing Technology said in a monthly report. Orders were lower compared with the year-earlier month.
US manufacturing added 28,000 jobs in February, with non-durable goods leading the surge.
Machine tool orders fell sharply in January while the new coronavirus may delay the industry’s comeback, AMT – The Association for Manufacturing Technology, said today in a monthly report.
U.S. manufacturing contracted in March as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) slammed the economy, the Institute for Supply Management said in a monthly report.
Machine tool orders in April plunged to their lowest level in almost a decade as global economic activity shut down because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), AMT – The Association for Manufacturing Technology said today.
Durable goods orders increased in May, paced by a massive surge in orders for transportation equipment, the Commerce Department said in a report today.
Manufacturing faces “continued risk for disruption” and uncertainty in 2020, consulting firm Deloitte said in a report.