Survey results reveal changes in several indicators of activity including sales, revenue, employment, and capital spending, and identify changes in prices of input materials and selling prices. The accumulated results help trace longer term trends. The survey monitors services firms selected according to geographic distribution, employment mix and size. Specific industries include:
|Retail and wholesale trade||Automobile dealers|
|High-tech and professional services||Real estate|
2019 Services Survey Release Dates
|Reference period||Release dates|
|January||Friday, Jan. 25|
|February||Friday, March 1|
|March||Friday, March 29|
|April||Friday, April 26|
|May||Friday, May 24|
|June||Friday, June 28|
|July||Friday, July 26|
|August||Friday, Aug. 23|
|September||Friday, Sept. 27|
|October||Friday, Oct. 25|
|November||Friday, Nov. 22|
|December||Friday, Dec. 20|
Small business lending conditions were stable in the second quarter of 2018.
Steady increases in U.S. auto debt over the past seven years have raised concerns over credit quality and delinquency in consumers’ repayment.
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