S&P Global Spain Composite Purchasing Managers Index (PMI)

Country:
Spain
EUR, Euro
Source:
Sector:
Business
Medium 52.7
53.6
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52.7
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Markit Composite Purchasing Manager Index is a monthly summary report concerning the changes in the working conditions of private companies in the manufacturing and service sectors. The indicator is based on monthly surveys of purchasing managers working in the country's largest private companies.

Often purchasing managers can track changes in market conditions prior to other company employees, because purchases precede company's production activities.

The Markit Composite PMI only includes data about private companies. Purchasing managers complete a questionnaire, in which they assess the basic parameters of their work: input and output prices, employment, production, new orders, etc. Respondents provide a relative assessment of the related parameters and determine whether the situation has improved, deteriorated or has not changed. Individual subindexes are calculated based on these answers. These subindexes characterize inflation, employment and other key indicators of economic activity. Each response is weighted according to the size of a company and its contribution to the total production or services of the subsector it belongs to. Thus, the largest companies make a greater contribution to the index calculation. The final reading is seasonally adjusted. Readings above 50 indicate the economy growth and can have a positive effect on euro quotes. Lower values may indicate possible decrease in economic activity. Readings below 42 can be an indication of possible recession. A value higher than expected can be seen as positive for the euro quotes, while a lower value is usually seen as negative.

PMI is one of the most popular indices which is closely monitored by analysts. It provides operational information covering business activity in the entire Spanish private sector and has a great share in national GDP. It is interpreted as a leading economic development and inflation indicator.

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The chart of the entire available history of the "S&P Global Spain Composite Purchasing Managers Index (PMI)" macroeconomic indicator.

Date (GMT)
Reference
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Jul 2022
52.7
53.6
Jun 2022
53.6
55.7
May 2022
55.7
55.7
Apr 2022
55.7
53.1
Mar 2022
53.1
56.5
Feb 2022
56.5
47.9
Jan 2022
47.9
55.4
Dec 2021
55.4
58.3
Nov 2021
58.3
56.2
Oct 2021
56.2
57.0
Sep 2021
57.0
60.6
Aug 2021
60.6
61.2
Jul 2021
61.2
62.4
Jun 2021
62.4
59.2
May 2021
59.2
55.2
Apr 2021
55.2
50.1
Mar 2021
50.1
45.1
Feb 2021
45.1
43.2
Jan 2021
43.2
48.7
Dec 2020
48.7
41.7
Nov 2020
41.7
44.1
Oct 2020
44.1
44.3
Sep 2020
44.3
48.4
Aug 2020
48.4
52.8
Jul 2020
52.8
49.7
Jun 2020
49.7
29.2
May 2020
29.2
9.2
Apr 2020
9.2
26.7
Mar 2020
26.7
51.8
Feb 2020
51.8
51.5
Jan 2020
51.5
52.7
Dec 2019
52.7
51.9
Nov 2019
51.9
51.2
Oct 2019
51.2
51.7
Sep 2019
51.7
52.6
Aug 2019
52.6
51.7
Jul 2019
51.7
52.1
Jun 2019
52.1
52.1
May 2019
52.1
52.9
Apr 2019
52.9
55.4
Mar 2019
55.4
53.5
Feb 2019
53.5
54.5
Jan 2019
54.5
53.4
Dec 2018
53.4

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