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1 Chicago Business Barometer TM Report
Chicago Business Barometer TM Report – June 20 2 1 20 2 1 ISM – Chicago, Inc. and MNI Indicators Reproduction or retransmission in whole or in part is prohibited except by permission. All rights reserved. Embargoed until 09:45 A.M. E.T., 30 June 20 2 1 Media Release Chicago Business Barometer ™ – Slipp ed to 66.1 in June Key Points – June Report The Chicago Business BarometerTM, produced with MNI, fell to 66.1 in June, a four - month low. Through Q2 , the index surged 7.9 points to 71.1, its highest quarterly reading since Q4 1973. Among the main five indicators, Order Backlogs saw the largest decline, with Supplier Deliveries posting the only gain. New Orders languished markedly, dropping to a three - month low in June. However, the index jumped to 73.0 over Q2, its highest reading since Q3 1983. Production eased slightly in Q2 to 67.9, while the monthly index slipped 10.6 points. Some firms reported lower production levels due to material sh ortages, while others noted that the shortages created new business. Order Backlogs slowed by 14.1 points. Across Q2, the indicator saw the largest increase, rising from 60.0 in Q1 to 73.5. Inventories declined 4.3 points, to the lowest level since Augus t 2020 and the third successive reading below the 50 - mark. Over the second quarter, Inventories fell sharply, down 11.6 points to 42.1. Employment slipped to the lowest level since January with firms noting difficulties in finding new staff. Through Q2 th e index gained 1.1 points, rising to 50.1. Supplier Deliveries rose 4.2 points to the highest level since March 1974 as logistical problems persisted. The index rose to 81.7 in Q2, its highest level since Q1 1974. Prices paid at the factory gate surged to the highest level since December 1979. Companies noted higher prices due to material shortages. Across Q2, prices rose to 90.6, also a near 41 - year high. This month’s special question asked, “How would you compare the current state of your organization to a year ago?”. The majority (41.0%) reported that their firms are thriving and growing. The second question asked, “Are rising prices going to have a material impact on your business thinking?”. The majority (82.1%) said their business decisions are impact ed . Chicago Bus iness Barometer ™ 20 2 1 ISM – Chicago, Inc. and MNI Indicators The Chicago Business Barometer is a trademark of ISM – Chicago, Inc. Embargoed until 9:45 am. ET , June 30 , 202 1 Next Release: Ju ly 30 , 202 1 For more information: MNI Market News International T: +44 - 203 - 865 - 3812 E: info@mni - indicators.com @

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MNIIndicators MNI Indicators Written and Researched by Les Comm o ns , Editor Irene Prihoda, Economist Chicago Business Barometer TM Report – June 20 2 1 20 2 1 ISM – Chicago, Inc. and MNI Indicators Reproduction or retransmission in whole or in part is prohibited except by permission. All rights reserved. About MNI Indicators MNI Indicators specialises in producing business and consumer surveys designed to present an advance picture of the economic landscape and highlight changing trends in business and consumer activity. MNI Indicators produces the renowned Chicago Business Barometer TM , a key leading indic ator of the US economy. MNI Indicators is part of Market News International, Inc., a leading provider of news and intelligence. Notes to Editors Production : MNI Indicators, part of Market News International Inc. Date range : Monthly since 1946 Release Date: Last working day of the month Bloomberg ticker: CHPMIND䀀X Collection method: Survey data is collected online each month from manufacturing and non - manufacturing firms in the Chicago area. Respondents are purchasing/supply - chain professional s, primarily drawn from the membership of the ISM - Chicago ( Institute for Supply Management – Chicago ). Calculation method : Respondents are asked their opinion on whether a particular business activity has increased, decreased or remained the same compared with the previous month. E.g. Is Production Higher/Same/Lower compared with a month ago? A diffusion indicator is then calculated by adding the percentage share of positive responses to half the percentage of those respondents reporting no change. The three questions related to Buying Policy are measured in days and are not diffusion indicators. The Chicago Business Barometer TM and all sub - indicators are then seasonally adjusted. An indicator reading above 50 shows expansion compared with a month earli er while below 50 indicates contraction. A result of 50 is neutral. The farther an indicator is above or below 50, the greater or smaller the rate of change. Headline indicator: T he Chicago Business Barometer TM is a weighted composite indicator made up of five sub - indicators, namely New Orders, Production, Employment, Order Backlogs and Supplier Deliveries. It is designed to predict future changes in gross domestic product (GDP). Other indicators: The survey also a sks companies about changes in their input prices, inventories and lead times to source production materi e l, MRO supplies and capital equipment. For more information please contact us at info@mni - indicators.com or visit www.marketnews.co

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