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“If new orders continue to come in, the manufacturing base has to respond,” he said. ISM’s New Orders Index advanced to 63.5% in June,


up from 59.5% in May. Fifteen industries reported increases in orders, including machinery, trans- portation equipment, fabricated metal products, miscellaneous manufacturing and petroleum and coal products. As a result, ISM’s Production and Employment indexes also advanced. The Production Index rose to 62.4%


from 57.1% in May. Fourteen industries reported production increases while two, apparel and textiles, reported cutbacks in output. The group’s Employment Index ad- vanced to 57.2% in June from 53.5% the month before. Fourteen industries reported job increases. Two, apparel and petroleum and coal products, reported job reductions. Some companies are adding shifts “which is very positive,” Fiore said. —Senior Editor Bill Koenig


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