Latest Trends in Customer Markets, Industrial Production, and More Available in the Econ and Market Indicators Report

NFPA’s Econ and Market Indicators (EMI) report pulls together data from multiple sources to provide the latest trends for:

  • Customer Markets (U.S. Census Bureau)
  • Economic Indicators (U.S. Census Bureau)
  • Industrial Production (Federal Reserve)
  • Capacity Utilization (Federal Reserve)
  • Producer Price Index (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Members can view individual series and apply different calculations such as moving averages and rates of change.

Members can also compare rates of change between markets. Tables can be sorted by values for quick looks at growing and declining markets.

The EMI report can be accessed at this link: https://nfpahub.com/reports/econ-market-indicator/. An excel file with all of the raw data is also available to download for internal analysis.

Questions? Contact Sam Diedrich at sdiedrich@nfpa.com or 414-778-3372.

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