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BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

Manufacturing activity has been shaken over the last couple of months, but is still keeping its head above water, with a seasonally adjusted PMI for March at 50.1.

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – January 2011

Manufacturing activity in January 2011 shows a positive start to the year with the fourth consecutive month in expansion, with a seasonally adjusted PMI for January at 53.7.

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – November 2010

November finally saw manufacturing turn the corner with modest expansion in all regions and in all the indices measured, with a seasonally adjusted PMI for November at 52.7.

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – October 2010

October saw little change from September, as the sector remains fairly static and still not quite able to get into expansionary territory, with a seasonally adjusted PMI for September at 49.7.

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – September 2010

September saw little change from August regarding activity in manufacturing, as the sector remains flat and unable to expand, with a seasonally adjusted PMI for September at 49.2.

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – August 2010

The manufacturing sector remains flat for the second consecutive month after steady expansion in the first half of the year, with a seasonally adjusted PMI for August at 49.3.

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – May 2010

New Zealand manufacturing continues to be in expansionary territory for May, although it has eased back slightly from the April expansion, with a seasonally adjusted PMI for May at 54.5.

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – March 2011

BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI – April 2010

New Zealand manufacturing continues to be in expansionary territory for April, reaching its highest value since 2004, with a seasonally adjusted PMI for April at 58.9.

Recommended Sites

EMA

The Employers and Manufactuers Association (EMA) includes ExportNZ regions in the top half of the North Island.

Business Central

Business Central includes ExportNZ regions in the lower half of the North Island.

CECC

The Canterbury Employers' chamber of Commerce (CECC) includes ExportNZ regions in the top half of the South Island.

Business South

Business South - Otago Chamber & Southern Employers includes ExportNZ regions in the lower half of the South Island.