- Singapore PMI
- Electronics PMI
The March 2020 reading of the Singapore Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) posted a drop of 3.3 points from the previous month to record a further contraction at 45.4. This is the second month of contraction for the overall manufacturing sector, and is the lowest recorded reading since February 2009 when the reading was 45.0. The Electronics Sector PMI posted a decline of 3.5 points from the previous month to record a further contraction at 44.1. This second month of contraction for the electronics sector is the lowest recorded reading since February 2009 when the reading was 43.8.
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SIPMM Institute is the educational arm of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management. The institute publishes the Singapore Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) on a monthly basis. The Singapore PMI has become a key barometer of the Singapore manufacturing economy and has been highly sought after by local and international news agencies, banks, investment and stock-broking firms.
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The Singapore PMI is published monthly in the major language press media, such as The Straits Times, The Business Times, The New Paper, Chinese Daily News LianHe ZaoBao and the Malay Daily News Berita Harian. The index is also reported regularly in the international media, as well as economic and research agencies worldwide. In addition, the Channel News Asia and News Radio 93.8 also broadcast the monthly news release of the index.
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