Manufacturing activity hits five-year record low in December: RBC
Decline reflects weaker output, new order and employment contributions.
RBC’s manufacturing PMI takes a tumble
January purchasing managers’ index drops to its lowest level in nearly two years.
RBC manufacturing PMI hits three-month low
Manufacturing conditions continued to improve, but at a slower pace as output and new orders rise at weaker rates.
Manufacturing business conditions improved in September: RBC
PMI survey indicates higher levels of output, new orders and employment across the sector.
Manufacturing gains momentum in August: survey
RBC PMI indicates a “robust improvement” in operating conditions.
Manufacturing sector rebounds in June to highest level this year: RBC report
Numbers are in line with an improvement in economic growth to about a 2% pace during Q2.
Nov. manufacturing output grows at fastest pace since 2011: RBC PMI
Output increase buoyed by rise in new order volumes, job creation and subdued input price inflation.
Manufacturing expansion continues in August
Continued increases suggest that recent shocks to the economy have been mitigated by strength elsewhere.
Manufacturing is on an upswing
Manufacturing was on an upswing in December as Canadian small businesses gained confidence and manufacturers saw production and new orders rise.
Orders grow, production picks up the pace in August
The pace of new business picked up for Canadian manufacturers in August according to a new Canadian purchasing managers index report that follows a Statistics Canada’s latest GDP figures showing a contraction in the second quarter.