Private sector growth in Nigeria slowed in June – Report - Punch Newspapers
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24 July 2021The Stanbic IBTC Purchasing Managers Index has shown that the private sector growth in Nigeria moderated as headline PMI went down from 54.4 in May to 53.6 in June.For PMI, readings above 50.0 signal an improvement in business conditions on the previous month, while readings below 50.0 show a deterioration.
The report said the sector still experienced a solid rate of growth as the uptick extended the period of expansion to 12 consecutive months, even though it moderated from a nine-month peak in May.It said the growth was attributed to greater client demand in both domestic and international markets which led to a sharp and accelerated rise in new orders.
The report said, “Output, purchasing and employment growth softened during the month. Meanwhile, firms reduced their backlogs at the second most marked rate in the series. On the price front, overall input price inflation was robust but eased to the softest since December 2020 despite a sharper rise in purchase costs. headtopics.com
“Sector data revealed services recorded the sharpest increase in activity followed by wholesale and retail and manufacturing respectively. Agriculture meanwhile registered a fractional rise. To support higher output, firms engaged in buying activity with growth now seen in each month since July 2020.”
The report said inventories also rose at a similar pace, though the rate of expansion softened in both. Read more: The Punch Newspapers »
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