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China Caixin Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI)

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China Caixin Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI)

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Latest Release
Jul 01, 2021
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51.3
Forecast
51.8
Previous
52.0
The Chinese HSBC Manufacturing PMI is a composite indicator designed to provide an overall view of activity in the manufacturing sector and acts as an leading indicator for the whole economy. When the PMI is below 50.0 this indicates that the manufacturing economy is declining and a value above 50.0 indicates an expansion of the manufacturing economy.

Flash figures are released approximately 6 business days prior to the end of the month. Final figures overwrite the flash figures upon release and are in turn overwritten as the next Flash is available.

The Chinese HSBC Manufacturing PMI is concluded from a monthly survey of about 430 purchasing managers which asks respondents to rate the relative level of business conditions including employment, production, new orders, prices, supplier deliveries, and inventories.

A higher than expected reading should be taken as positive/bullish for the CNY , while a lower than expected reading should be taken as negative/bearish for the CNY.
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China Caixin Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI)
 
Release Date Time Actual Forecast Previous
Aug 01, 2021 (Jul) 21:45   51.0 51.3
Jun 30, 2021 (Jun) 21:45 51.3 51.8 52.0
May 31, 2021 (May) 21:45 52.0 51.9 51.9
Apr 29, 2021 (Apr) 21:45 51.9 50.8 50.6
Mar 31, 2021 (Mar) 21:45 50.6 51.3 50.9
Feb 28, 2021 (Feb) 21:45 50.9 51.5 51.5

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Zen Cat
LittleZenCat Sep 29, 2018 10:11PM ET
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This is the typical manner in which the relevant CN gov dept. releases the figures---->(1)All figures green: Released on time. (2)Mixed figures-overall good: Release during the morning. (2)Mixed figures-overall Neutral: Release before or during lunch. (2)Adverse figures: Release after HK/CN markets close. (5)Very Adverse figures-Release over the weekend.
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LittleZenCat Sep 29, 2018 10:09PM ET
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Update: Releasing on a Sunday morning while everyone is away, three days later than the scheduled time and incidentally during the beginning of the week long public holiday in China to have market volatility tightly under control. 50.0 vs 50.5, another figure that's short of expectation and worrying in it's own right. This is how they do things-conceal, obscure, misdirect and even fabricate. That figure of 50.0 is most likely doctored and it just shows how things are getting more severe with the trade wars getting ever more deep rooted.
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LittleZenCat Sep 27, 2018 11:10PM ET
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Guessing its going to be short of expectation if they are planning on releasing it after the asian markets close..
Zen Cat
LittleZenCat Sep 27, 2018 10:05PM ET
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Late figures from China, Yet again. No doubt the extended time is gone into the doctoring of it.
Johan Rivera Sánchez
Johan Rivera Sánchez Sep 22, 2015 11:21PM ET
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Going again at level of Black Monday 24 Aug whith that PMI...
Jeongmin Cho
Jeongmin Cho Jul 24, 2015 1:46AM ET
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CAIXIN now announces mfg PMI instead of HSBC
Muhammad Sajjad Hussain
Muhammad Sajjad Hussain Feb 01, 2015 5:51AM ET
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aud usd going up.
Michele Cesa Bianchi
Michele Cesa Bianchi Jan 22, 2015 7:33PM ET
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any idea what impact this will have on the price of gold?
Michael Rosewarne
Michael Rosewarne Jan 22, 2015 7:33PM ET
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I don't know... But you'd be crazy to buy AUD right now.
Christofer Svensson
Christofer Svensson Jan 22, 2015 7:33PM ET
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What do you think on the aud/usd?.
Guillermo Beltran Leyva
Guillermo Beltran Leyva Jan 22, 2015 7:33PM ET
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explain...
Robby Pandher
Robby Pandher Jan 22, 2015 7:33PM ET
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I would say its bullish for gold because lower PMI would invite more stimulus from the PBC
Robby Pandher
Robby Pandher Jan 22, 2015 7:33PM ET
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I would say its bullish for gold as dropping PMI could invite more stimulus from PBOC.
aboobacker sidhiq
aboobacker sidhiq Dec 15, 2014 8:00PM ET
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up or down ???
James Kovalsky
James Kovalsky Nov 02, 2014 9:26PM ET
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I think the Chinese are faking these numbers it hasn't changed in 6 months.
 
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