United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index

Home » United States Markets | United States Economy » United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index

United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index: 64.1 (11.09%)
Last Update: June 30, 2024

United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index closed down 64.1 as of June 30, 2024 from 57.7 from the previous month and 54 from last year.


United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index Analytics & Data



United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index

MacroVar Free Open Data enables you to Embed, Share and Download United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index historical data, charts and analysis in your website and with others.


United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index closing prices of the last 24 values are displayed below. Sign up free to download the full historical data series using MacroVar Web/Excel or API.

Embed United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index Chart or Data Table in your website or Share this chart and data table with your friends.

United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index

DateValues
2024-06-30 64.1
2024-05-31 57.7
2024-04-30 62.9
2024-03-31 55.7
2024-02-28 56.7
2024-01-31 59.3
2023-12-31 55.3
2023-11-30 62.2
2023-10-31 54.4
2023-09-30 54.8
2023-08-31 61.5
2023-07-31 56.6
2023-06-30 54
2023-05-31 61
2023-04-30 48.9
2023-03-31 57.9
2023-02-28 55.3
2023-01-31 55.8
2022-12-31 55.9
2022-11-30 44.2
2022-10-31 46.4
2022-09-30 47.2
2022-08-31 47.1
2022-07-31 50.1

Get notified instantly when MacroVar new signals are available for United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index.Create your free account

Embed the latest United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index Chart, Data Table or text to your website by clicking the 3 options below.

  • Chart
  • Data
  • Live Text
Copy the following Code to your Website

Share the specific page using the buttons below.


United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index Statistics


IndicatorSymbolActualPreviousM/M%Y/Y%TrendSlopePercentileUpdate
ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Indexus.ism.serv.invsent64.157.71119UPUP832024-06-30

United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index Factors

MacroVar's monitor of financial and macroeconomic statistical factors affecting United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index is only available to Premium users.

Upgrade your membership to get access

United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index Historical Data

The MacroVar database offers free access to historical data for the United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index, dating back to 1950. This extensive dataset is readily available through MacroVar versatile platforms, including a user-friendly web interface, a robust Python API, and convenient Excel integration. By leveraging these tools, users can efficiently retrieve and analyze decades of United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index data, supporting a wide range of research, financial analysis, and decision-making processes.

What is the United States ism non manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index

The United States ISM Non-Manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index is a key macroeconomic indicator that provides valuable insights into the prevailing sentiment among non-manufacturing businesses regarding their inventory levels. The index is compiled and reported by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), a renowned association of purchasing and supply management professionals.This index is carefully crafted using a comprehensive survey of business executives from various non-manufacturing industries, including services, construction, and agriculture. By gauging the sentiments of these decision-makers, the index serves as a leading indicator of future economic activity and overall business conditions in the United States.A high ISM Non-Manufacturing Inventory Sentiment Index value indicates an optimistic outlook among businesses regarding their inventory levels, suggesting potential expansion and