Although modest, the latest improvement in the health of the manufacturing sector was the second-strongest after June.
Services PMI in June climbs to 52.6; sector activity expands at fastest pace in a year on surge in new business orders
The recovery in services firms’ activity, along with a robust pace of manufacturing growth reported on Monday lifted the composite PMI to 53.3, its highest level since October 2016.
June Manufacturing PMI records fastest growth this year, buoyed by rise in domestic and export orders
This is the 11th consecutive month that the manufacturing PMI remained above the 50-point mark.
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A slower expansion in output and domestic demand helped push the Nikkei Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI), down to 51.2 in May from April’s 51.6.
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The service sector plays a crucial role in India’s economy as it contributes about 60 percent to the country’s gross domestic product.
Government expenditure and private consumption expenditure are still driving growth – their respective shares in GDP are estimated at 11.4 percent and 58.9 percent,
India's manufacturing sector growth eased slightly in February as factory output and new business orders rose at a slower pace, says a monthly survey
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A strong GDP reading could lift domestic shares, and boost the rupee, which has been Asia’s second weakest currency this year, losing about 1.6 percent against the dollar.
Pick up in factory output and slowing inflation augurs well for the economy and, if sustains, can support the revival in GDP growth
Service sector remained in expansion mode in January, registering the fastest rise in activity in three months driven by a renewed increase in new business orders, says a monthly PMI survey
Previous high was recorded at 8.9 percent in June, 2016, IIP growth for Oct 2017 has been revised downwards to 2 percent
Inflation in November breaches RBI's median target of 4%; factory output growth slips to 2.2% in October
Govt data shows consumer price index inflation in November rose to 4.88 percent from 3.58 percent reported for October
Posting below the no-change mark of 50.0 in November, the seasonally adjusted Business Activity Index signalled a contraction of the service sector for the first time in three months
The Nikkei India Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) came in at 51.2 in September, little changed from its August reading, pointing to an ongoing recovery in business conditions, post GST launch.
The services sector had slipped into contraction in July as confusion caused by the GST rollout triggered a dip in new business orders
Strengthening for the third day, the benchmark Sensex went up 162 points to end at 31,892.23, a three-week high, while the Nifty closed short of 10,000
The Nikkei India Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) fell to a four-month low of 50.9 in June, from 51.6 in May, signalling a subdued improvement in the manufacturing sector.
It was still well below the 54.3 it was at just before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's announcement on 8 November to ban high-value currency notes
On a weekly basis, the BSE Sensex fell 60.52 points, or 0.20 percent, and the Nifty 41.95 points, or 0.46 percent, halting a five-week rising streak
After slipping to a near three-year low last November, signalling the first monthly drop in output since June 2015, the headline index edged above the 50.0 mark, that separates expansion from contraction.