Of the five Federal Reserve districts which have released their May manufacturing surveys - all are in contraction. A complete summary follows.
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31May2016 Market Update: US Averages Slide Into Negative Territory, Crude Tests $50 As The US Dollar Rises And Factory Activity Seriously Slips Along With Consumer Confidence
by Reverse Engineer, Doomstead Diner
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Written by Gary
Wall Street turned negative shortly after a positive opening this morning partially because the Institute for Supply Management's gauge of factory activity in the Midwest region fell to 49.3 in May from 50.4 the month prior. Also, the gauge of consumer confidence fell more than expected in May to 92.6 from a upwardly revised 94.7 in April.
31May2016 Pre-Market Commentary: US Futures Higher, WTI Crude And The US Dollar Volatile Ahead Of Ke
30May2016 Pre-Market Commentary: US And London Markets Closed For The Holidays, Gold Slides While Cr
Written by Doug Short and Steven Hansen
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index declined to 92.6 in May from the April final reading of 94.7. The market expected (from Bloomberg) this index to come in between 95.0 to 99.3 (consensus 97.0).