The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index dipped one-tenth of a point in December to 51.8 from 51.9 in November. PMI index values above 50 generally suggest an expanding economy.
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The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index came in at 62.6 in April, dipping slightly from 66.1 in March. But officials say the index still shows strong economic growth.
The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index dropped to 61.0 in June, suggesting that Metro Detroit’s economy continued to grow over the past month but at a slower rate than May. The May PMI was 67.2. […]
The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index declined to 67.7 in May from 67.9 in April, according to economists at Wayne State University’s business school. Meanwhile, commodity prices are surging.