Proprietary business conditions index

13 Feb 2013 Morgan Stanley's proprietary Business Conditions Index* surged 13 points to 55 % in February. Sub-indices for expectations, capital  13 Jun 2019 The Morgan Stanley Business Conditions Index fell by 32 points in June, its largest one-month decline on record. 4 Feb 2020 The Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a unique view of business conditions across the country.

4 Feb 2020 The Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a unique view of business conditions across the country. 16 Jun 2019 The business environment is deteriorating—fast, says Morgan Stanley. in a recent note that its proprietary Business Conditions Index, or MSBCI, A separate composite business-condition index also fell by the most since  The national Citizens Business Conditions Index™ dropped from 61.2 to 60.2 in the third quarter Within our proprietary client data, businesses in 5 of 11 states. 4 Nov 2019 The Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a unique view of business conditions across the country. 26 Aug 2019 The first-ever Citizens Business Conditions Index™ is derived from proprietary corporate and public data about business growth and  26 Jun 2019 The U.S. Services Business Activity Index fell to a 40-month low (down to Second – another key U.S. indicator – Morgan Stanley's Business Conditions proprietary measure of various economic indicators and sub-indexes  1 Nov 2019 This is because China's business cycle has become ever more closely aligned with the First, we develop a new proprietary indicator of Chinese financial conditions. Chart 1: Chinese Financial Conditions Index (CFCI) 

13 Feb 2013 Morgan Stanley's proprietary Business Conditions Index* surged 13 points to 55 % in February. Sub-indices for expectations, capital 

In economics and finance, an index is a statistical measure of change in a representative group of individual data points. These data may be derived from any number of sources, including company Spatial indexes summarize real estate prices, or toxins in the environment, or availability of services, across geographic  13 Feb 2013 Morgan Stanley's proprietary Business Conditions Index* surged 13 points to 55 % in February. Sub-indices for expectations, capital  13 Jun 2019 The Morgan Stanley Business Conditions Index fell by 32 points in June, its largest one-month decline on record. 4 Feb 2020 The Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a unique view of business conditions across the country. 16 Jun 2019 The business environment is deteriorating—fast, says Morgan Stanley. in a recent note that its proprietary Business Conditions Index, or MSBCI, A separate composite business-condition index also fell by the most since  The national Citizens Business Conditions Index™ dropped from 61.2 to 60.2 in the third quarter Within our proprietary client data, businesses in 5 of 11 states.

The Citizens Business Conditions Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a view of business conditions across the country. An index greater than 50

The Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a unique view of business conditions across the country. An index greater than 50 indicates an expansionary The first-ever Citizens Business Conditions Index™ is derived from proprietary corporate and public data about business growth and employment across the country, including factors such as The Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a unique view of business conditions across the country. An index greater than 50 indicates an expansionary The first-ever Citizens Business Conditions Index™ is derived from proprietary corporate and public data about business growth and employment across the country, including factors such as revenue, manufacturing volumes and wages. The Citizens Business Conditions Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a view of business conditions across the country. An index greater than 50 An index greater than 50 indicates an expansionary trend and points to improved business conditions for the next quarter. The Citizens Business Conditions Index is derived from both proprietary and public information about business growth and employment across the country, using real data about revenue, manufacturing volumes and wages. That is according to a gauge of business conditions tracked by Morgan Stanley, which said in a recent note that its proprietary Business Conditions Index, or MSBCI, fell 32 points last month

16 Jun 2019 The business environment is deteriorating—fast, says Morgan Stanley. in a recent note that its proprietary Business Conditions Index, or MSBCI, A separate composite business-condition index also fell by the most since 

The first-ever Citizens Business Conditions Index™ is derived from proprietary corporate and public data about business growth and employment across the country, including factors such as The Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a unique view of business conditions across the country. An index greater than 50 indicates an expansionary

The Morgan Stanley Business Conditions Index fell by 32 points in June, to a level of 13 from a level of 45 in May. This drop is the largest one-month decline on record.

16 Jun 2019 The business environment is deteriorating—fast, says Morgan Stanley. in a recent note that its proprietary Business Conditions Index, or MSBCI, A separate composite business-condition index also fell by the most since  The national Citizens Business Conditions Index™ dropped from 61.2 to 60.2 in the third quarter Within our proprietary client data, businesses in 5 of 11 states. 4 Nov 2019 The Index draws from public information and proprietary corporate data to establish a unique view of business conditions across the country. 26 Aug 2019 The first-ever Citizens Business Conditions Index™ is derived from proprietary corporate and public data about business growth and 

The Morgan Stanley Business Conditions Index fell by 32 points in June, to a level of 13 from a level of 45 in May. This drop is the largest one-month decline on record.