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Empire State Manufacturing Survey | November 2020

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Business activity expanded in New York State, though only slightly, according to firms responding to the November 2020 Empire State Manufacturing Survey → nyfed.org/esms. The headline general business conditions index fell four points to 6.3, pointing to a slower pace of growth than in October. There was a small increase in new orders, and shipments were modestly higher. Inventories moved lower, and delivery times were steady. Employment levels and hours worked both rose. Input prices increased at about the same pace as last month, while selling price increases picked up. Looking ahead, firms remained optimistic that conditions would improve over the next six months.

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Business activity expanded in New York State, though only slightly, according to firms responding to the November 2020 Empire State Manufacturing Survey → nyfed.org/esms. The headline general business conditions index fell four points to 6.3, pointing to a slower pace of growth than in October. There was a small increase in new orders, and shipments were modestly higher. Inventories moved lower, and delivery times were steady. Employment levels and hours worked both rose. Input prices increased at about the same pace as last month, while selling price increases picked up. Looking ahead, firms remained optimistic that conditions would improve over the next six months. Empire State Manufacturing Survey | November 2020
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