0M3.SG - IHS Markit Ltd.

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52-week range39.19 - 59.00
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Avg. volume9
Market cap22.228B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.94
PE ratio (TTM)51.60
EPS (TTM)1.09
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  • Reuters

    Dutch June manufacturing PMI falls to six-year low of 50.7

    Activity in the Dutch manufacturing grew at the slowest rate in six years in June, with the seasonally adjusted NEVI/IHS Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) falling to 50.7 from 52.2 a month earlier. A fall in new orders was the cause, index compiler Markit said in a statement on Monday. As a result, "manufacturers cleared backlogs at a sharp rate and cut purchases of new inputs for the first time in over three years," Markit said.

  • Strong services PMI spotlights a tale of two German economies
    Reuters

    Strong services PMI spotlights a tale of two German economies

    Employment, prices and backlogs all grew in Germany's services sector in March, a survey showed, but failed to offset weakness in the manufacturing sector of Europe's largest economy. Index provider Markit's services Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) inched up to 55.4 in March, its highest since September, from 55.3 in February, helped by strong domestic demand and a rise in customer numbers, though non-domestic clients were more cautious. Robust services employment drove up wages in the sector, which firms were able to pass on: output price inflation in March was the fastest since data collection began in 1997, Markit said.

  • Reuters

    Euro zone March business activity stayed in the doldrums: PMI

    Business activity across the euro zone was lethargic last month, according to a survey which suggested a downturn in manufacturing is gradually infecting the bloc's dominant services industry. IHS Markit's Euro Zone Composite Final Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), considered a good measure of overall economic health, dipped to 51.6 in March from February's 51.9. "The final euro zone PMI for March confirms the sluggish end to the first quarter, with business growth ebbing to one of the most lethargic rates seen since 2014," said Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit.

  • Reuters

    Germany's manufacturing recession worsens: PMI

    A weakening global economy, risks linked to Britain's possible departure from the European Union without a deal and trade disputes pushed activity in Germany's manufacturing sector to contract at its fastest rate since July 2012, a survey showed on Monday. Markit's Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for manufacturing, which accounts for about a fifth of the economy, fell to an 80-month low reading of 44.1, down from 47.6 in February and lower than the flash reading of 44.7. "Both total new orders and export sales are now falling at rates not seen since the global financial crisis, with more and more firms reporting lower demand linked to Brexit, trade uncertainty, troubles in the automotive industry and generally softer global demand," said IHS Markit's Phil Smith.

  • Reuters

    Irish manufacturing growth holds steady as Brexit boosts inventories - PMI

    Irish manufacturing activity grew at an almost identical rate in March compared to a month earlier, as further stockpiling ahead of Brexit mostly offset a dip in the level of output growth, a survey showed on Monday. While Ireland's fast growing economy has weathered the uncertainty created by its near neighbour's decision to leave the European Union in 2016, February's survey showed that manufacturers were ramping up their preparations as Brexit approached by adding to their pre-production inventories. The sub index measuring stocks of purchases rose further to 56.4 in March from 55.6 in February, another fresh high in the 21-year history of the survey as its authors pointed to anecdotal evidence from panellists that they had brought forward stock purchases to secure supplies in the event of disruption.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Shrinking euro zone factories drag bloc's economy to near-halt

    Factories across the euro zone unexpectedly shunted into reverse this month as activity in manufacturing powerhouse Germany declined again amid trade tensions and struggles in the auto sector, surveys showed. While that downturn was offset by a much faster than expected acceleration in services activity - which meant overall private sector growth picked up modestly - it will likely worry policymakers as factories also drive the bloc's dominant service industry. IHS Markit's Flash Composite Purchasing Managers' Index, which is seen as a good guide to economic health, rose to 51.4 this month from a final January reading of 51.0, above a Reuters poll median expectation for 51.1 but still below where it has been for much of the past four years.

  • Household gloom deepens as Brexit uncertainty poses 'notable risk'
    Sky News

    Household gloom deepens as Brexit uncertainty poses 'notable risk'

    UK households have grown more downbeat about their finances with worries about job security at their worst in more than a year, according to a new poll. The IHS Markit household finance index report for February said it reflected a recent slowdown in economic growth and uncertainty as Brexit approaches. An indicator of job security perceptions was at its weakest since January 2018.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    GLOBAL ECONOMY-Factories to test world's "delicate equilibrium"

    The world economy is caught in a "delicate equilibrium" between stabilisation and a further downturn, according to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, and that balance could look even shakier over the next few days. Early measures of factory activity from Asia, Europe and the United States – which typically give signals of momentum in the overall economy - will be scrutinised by investors, many of whom fear that the sudden weakness of late 2018 is intensifying. Trade tensions have weighed heavily on factories around the world, something that is likely to be high on the minds of negotiators from the United States and China when they resume their talks to avert an escalation of their tariff war.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK household sentiment at 11-month low on job fears - IHS Markit

    British households grew more downbeat about their finances this month as job worries rose to the highest in over a year, reflecting a slowing economy and uncertain prospects for Brexit in less than six weeks' time. Consumer spending and a strong labour market were a relative bright spot as Britain's economy slowed last year to record its weakest growth since 2012, but since late last year there have been growing signs that Brexit uncertainty is taking a toll. "The impact on confidence caused by Brexit uncertainty continues to pose a notable risk to the domestic economy, also highlighted by job security perceptions becoming increasingly negative in February," IHS Markit economist Joe Hayes said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Sterling drops towards $1.29 as technical trigger fuels sell-off

    The British pound slumped to two-week lows on Tuesday after weak survey data and uncertainty about Brexit talks pushed it below a key market level, forcing some large investors to cut some bets. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) uncertainty over the outlook for Brexit negotiations sapping broader demand for the pound with less than two months to go before Britain is due to leave the European Union, the currency rapidly fell more than half a percent against the dollar and euro .

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Euro zone business growth ground to a halt in Jan -PMI

    Euro zone businesses expanded at their weakest rate since mid-2013 at the start of the year as demand fell for the first time in four years, with a manufacturing slowdown spreading to services, a survey showed on Tuesday. IHS Markit's Euro Zone Composite Final Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), considered a good measure of overall economic health, dipped to 51.0 from December's 51.1, its lowest reading since July 2013. "It does suggest the euro zone economy has been weakening for a while now and the anticipated rebound in activity is not really happening," said Peter Dixon at Commerzbank (Xetra: CBK100 - news) .

  • UK economy flatlines ahead of Brexit - survey
    Sky News

    UK economy flatlines ahead of Brexit - survey

    Britain's economy flatlined at the start of the year, according to new figures that showed a sharp slowdown in the dominant services sector in the run-up to Brexit. Closely-watched monthly data for January suggested the UK was "at risk of stalling or worse" amid growing uncertainty over the departure from the EU as well as a wider global malaise. The IHS Markit/CIPS UK services purchasing managers' index (PMI) fell to a reading of 50.1 - only marginally above the 50-mark that separates growth from contraction.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK economy flat-lines as Brexit nears, firms cut jobs -PMI

    Britain's economy risks stalling or contracting as Brexit nears and a global slowdown worsens, with firms in the dominant services sector reporting job cuts for the first time in six years and falling new orders. Sterling slipped to near two-week lows against the dollar after a leading gauge of the world's fifth-biggest economy, the IHS Markit/CIPS UK Services Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), fell to 50.1 in January from 51.2 in December. Britain's economy defied forecasts from some economists that it would go into recession after the 2016 referendum vote to leave the European Union.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Sterling slides after weak services PMI data

    The British pound fell to near two-week lows on Tuesday after a survey showed firms in the dominant services sector in Britain reporting job cuts for the first time in six years. Sterling hit the day's ...

  • Reuters

    Stronger German services cushion weaker manufacturing in January - PMI

    Business activity growth in Germany's services sector picked up for the first time in four months in January, slightly lifting overall private sector growth in Europe's largest economy at the start of the year, a survey showed on Tuesday. Record-high employment, rising real wages and low borrowing costs are supporting a domestically driven upswing in Germany, which is facing increasing headwinds from a slowing world economy, trade disputes and Britain's departure from the EU. IHS Markit's final composite Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), which tracks the manufacturing and services sectors that account for more than two-thirds of the economy, rose to 52.1 from 51.6 in December which marked a 5-1/2 year low.

  • Brexit anxiety blamed as construction growth slows
    Sky News

    Brexit anxiety blamed as construction growth slows

    Figures for January showed the weakest growth for the sector since it was battered by the "Beast from the East" severe cold weather last March. A PMI reading for the dominant services sector, representing four-fifths of output, is due on Tuesday.

  • UK factories stockpile goods ahead of Brexit
    Sky News

    UK factories stockpile goods ahead of Brexit

    British factories stockpiled goods in January at the fastest rate in 30 years, as they count down towards a potentially chaotic Brexit, an industry survey shows. British factories cut jobs slightly as work backlogs shrank at a faster pace in January, reflecting Brexit worries and weakening growth in continental Europe. While the UK readings compared better with manufacturing in France and Germany, survey compiler IHS Markit (Stuttgart: A1139A - news) said the performance of British factories was driven by a surge in demand for stockpiling materials ahead of Brexit.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Rush to stockpile sweeps UK factories ahead of Brexit: PMI

    British factories stockpiled goods in January at the fastest rate since records began in the early 1990s as they braced for a potentially chaotic Brexit in less than two months' time, a business survey showed on Friday. The IHS Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) also showed deepening pessimism across the sector which saw output grow by the smallest amount since July 2016.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Sterling extends losses after weak PMI data

    Sterling extended losses on Friday, falling under a key technical level against the dollar as weak survey data highlighted the degree of uncertainty sweeping across British factories as it heads towards Brexit. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) less than two months to go before Britain leaves the European Union and uncertainty over whether a deal will be agreed in time, British factories scrambled to stockpile goods in January at the fastest rate since records began in the early 1990s, the IHS Markit (Stuttgart: A1139A - news) /CIPS UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) showed. The sharp and sudden losses against the euro rippled over to the dollar, yanking the pound below the 200-day moving average of $1.3045.

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    Gentex Corp (GNTX) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Gloomy forecast for Davos: crises aplenty, but few world leaders

    An array of crises will keep several world leaders away from the annual World Economic Forum in Davos next week, which takes place against a backdrop of deepening gloom over the global economic and political outlook. Anxieties over trade disputes, fractious international relations, Brexit and a growth slowdown that some fear could tip the world economy into recession are set to dominate the Jan. 22-25 Alpine meeting.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    U.S. labor market remains strong, economy slowing

    The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell to more than a 49-year low last week, but the drop likely overstates the health of the labor market as claims for several states including California were estimated. The economy is facing several headwinds, including a bitter U.S. trade dispute with China and a month-long partial shutdown of the federal government, which are hurting consumer and business confidence. Higher interest rates, fading fiscal stimulus and cooling global economies are also seen crimping domestic growth.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK households gloomy for 2019, lower inflation eases near-term worries

    British households' hopes for their finances over the year ahead remain near a five-year low, due to growing concern about job security ahead of Brexit, though easing inflation pressures have offered some short-term cheer. IHS Markit (Stuttgart: A1139A - news) said its monthly Household Finances Index picked up to a three-month high in January, on the back of households' perception that their living costs were rising at the slowest rate since October 2016. "Political deadlock over Brexit merely adds extra uncertainty to an already unfavourable financial environment for UK households," IHS Markit economist Joe Hayes said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Gloomy forecast for Davos: crises aplenty, but few world leaders

    An array of crises will keep several world leaders away from the annual World Economic Forum in Davos next week, which takes place against a backdrop of deepening gloom over the global economic and political outlook. Anxieties over trade disputes, fractious international relations, Brexit and a growth slowdown that some fear could tip the world economy into recession are set to dominate the Jan. 22-25 Alpine meeting.

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